Timberwolves Secure Naz Reid With 3-Year Contract Extension Worth Up to $42 Million

Photo: Instagram/Naz Reid

In a recent report, it has been confirmed that Naz Reid, the backup swingman for the Minnesota Timberwolves, has agreed to re-sign with the team on a new three-year contract.

Despite going undrafted in 2019, Reid has made significant contributions to the Timberwolves and will continue to do so with this new deal. The contract, reportedly worth up to $42 million, includes a player option for Reid.

According to reliable sources such as ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Reid's decision to stay in Minnesota underscores his commitment to the team and his belief in its future.

Photo: Instagram/Naz Reid

When he initially joined the Timberwolves, he signed a two-way contract, but his impressive performances over the years have solidified his role as a valuable backup option behind star centers Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert.

During the 2022-23 season, Reid showcased his abilities by leading the Timberwolves in scoring for six games.

His overall performance saw him achieve career-high statistics, averaging 11.5 points and 4.9 rebounds per game with an impressive 53.7% shooting accuracy from the field.

Notably, he stepped up when Towns faced an extended absence due to a severe right calf muscle strain, proving himself to be a reliable asset for the team. Re-signing Reid is a significant move for the Timberwolves, as it ensures their depth and strengthens their roster for the seasons to come.

With his continued growth and contributions, the team can rely on him to provide crucial support and maintain stability in their frontcourt. As the fourth-year forward-center continues to develop his skills, the Timberwolves can look forward to a bright future with Naz Reid as an integral part of their lineup.

Read Next: Conor McGregor Expresses Gratitude To Fans Amidst Ongoing Investigation, Vows To Continue Fighting

Source: NBA

You May Like


Trending Now

Harping On Harper Hempel: The Viral Video And The Truth Behind Jamal Murray's Girlfriend

Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban To Sell Majority Stake To Billionaire Miriam Adelson, Retaining Control of Team

Buffalo Bills' NFL Linebacker Von Miller Faces Assault Charges In Alleged Domestic Violence Incident

Braves Insider Sparks Uncertainty In Dodgers' Ohtani And Cease Pursuit Rumors

Nikola Jokic's Spectacular Dunk Steals The Spotlight In Rockets-Nuggets Showdown

NBA Fines Luka Doncic $2,000 For Flopping; Mavericks Star Responds With Referee Costume Antics

Cristiano Ronaldo Hit With $1 Billion Lawsuit Over Alleged Binance NFT Scam

Klay Thompson Ascends NBA's All-Time Scoring Chart In Warriors' Clash With Kings

LeBron James Makes NBA History In Lakers-76ers Showdown

James Harden Makes NBA History With 1,011th Career Game In Nuggets-Clippers Match