After signing Ramon Sessions(notes) to a four-year, $16 million contract a year ago, Minnesota Timberwolves general manager David Kahn is trying to unload the guard to teams able to absorb his salary, league executives told Yahoo! Sports.
“They’re basically looking for a salary dump,” said an executive with a team who spoke to Minnesota. “That won’t be easy.”
Kahn’s plan this time?
Trying to sign point guard Luke Ridnour(notes) to an identical four-year, $16 million contract, league sources said.
Pistons should jump on this. Sessions would be very good starting.
Not really, They have Stuckey who is a similar but better player than him. They also have alot of tweener guards, Stuckey, Gordon, Bynum, etc.. If anything they should look to acquire Al Jefferson. Jefferson and Monroe will make a nice young tandem.
Ridnour doesn't even want to go to Minnesota, especially not for less than $4mm. Either way, I can't figure out why Kahn keeps trying to get immediate cap relief for his guys, first it was Jefferson for Dampier. Cap relief for what? You're under the cap already.