With the arrival of Rudy Gobert, Wolves have clearly displayed their ambitions for the new season. The franchise is aiming far with a possible title, but new arrivals would not be too much either to bring a little depth. The leaders have just made a nice move, with the arrival of a former Warrior.
While the Western Conference is already very dense, with the majority of teams dreaming of the playoffs, as well as the title, the Wolves have struck very hard. Minnesota has clearly shown its desire to win a ring, with the arrival of Rudy Gobert to strengthen the racket, alongside Karl-Anthony Towns. Nevertheless, the work is not yet finished, since a few more signatures could do some good.
The front office got the message, as GM is still looking for a way to bring new blood to the roster. It is successful this Friday, since we have just learned that the Wolves have just signed Eric Paschall, who is leaving the Jazz, a few years after an interesting start to his career with the Warriors. A good boost for the bench.
Free agent F Eric Paschall has agreed to a one-year deal with Minnesota, sources tell ESPN.
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Free agent Eric Paschall has agreed to a one-year contract with Minnesota.
An almost surprising arrival, since we thought that Paschall was going to stay in Salt Lake City, he who is a good friend of Donovan Mitchell. A little surprise, but good news for the Wolves, who recover here an interesting interior for the bench exit.
Wolves find a new reinforcement here, which could make the difference in the future off the bench. Good news for Rudy Gobert, who should share the floor with Eric Paschall, always with the aim of winning a possible title. Minnesota does not hide it.