Sessions Gets Offer from Wolves

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Sessions Gets Offer from Wolves
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Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel blogged that Minnesota has signed Ramon Sessions to a four-year, $16M offer sheet. ESPN.com's Chris Sheridan also confirmed,

"That the paperwork on the deal was being processed Friday morning."

"It came up kind of fast,"

Sessions' agent, Chubby Wells told the Journal Sentinel.

"We were working on a couple of other things, but we weren't going to wait around."

Sessions, who is entering his third NBA season, could start for Minnesota.

He joins journeyman Chucky Atkins and first-round pick Jonny Flynn at the position.

The Journal Times first reported that the restricted free agent point guard may wind up signing an offer sheet with the Timberwolves.

It is unlikely the Bucks will match the offer. Milwaukee is about $1.6M below the luxury tax threshold.

And has three point guards -- Luke Ridnour, Roko Ukic and first-round pick Brandon Jennings on the roster.

Well, I think he will do great on the Wolves because he is a great Point Guard and may lead the team to the NBA Finals.

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