Originally posted by Minnesota Paper If the Timberwolves cannot finish a deal to sign free-agent point guard Troy Hudson, he could end up with the Atlanta Hawks by this week.
Three weeks ago, both Hudson and the Wolves thought they had a six-year contract agreement for $37 million, with $21 million guaranteed. Since then, both sides have found disagreements about language involving the amount of guarantees and injury protection.
Now the NBA won't approve the deal unless some salary cap issues are clarified.
All that is true, but when you have a team like the Knicks who need a big man and have Chris Smith on the roster simply because of his brother it makes you wonder what teams are thinking. Or maybe just what are the Knicks thinking.