Brewer Signs Deal with Timberwolves
The Minnesota Timberwolves signed first-round draft pick Corey Brewer on Tuesday.
The 6-foot-9 swingman from Florida was the seventh overall pickin last month's draft. He got a two-year deal worth $4.4 million with team options for two more years.
"We're really happy to bring a player and person of Corey's caliber into our franchise," vice president of basketball operations Kevin McHale said in a statement. "He brings a lot to our team both defensively and offensively and will be a great fit with the talented young players on our roster."
Brewer has accompanied the Timberwolves' summer league team toLas Vegas, along with former Florida teammate and Wolves second-round pick Chris Richard. Brewer, considered a defensive stopper, had 16 points and eight rebounds in his debut on Monday night against New Orleans.
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