Timberwolves Waive Jordan Hill

The Timberwolves have waived power forward/center Jordan Hill, the team announced in a press release.

Hill was signed as a free agent last summer but appeared in just seven games, averaging 1.7 PPG and 2.0 RPG in 6.7 MPG. He inked a two-year, $8.18MM contract but the second year was not guaranteed. He was due to make $4.18MM next season and the club had until June 30th to decide whether to retain him.

The cost-saving move gives Minnesota more money to play with in free agency, as well as to absorb salaries in trades. Given Hill’s lack of playing time, the move comes as no surprise, as Jon Krawczynski of the Associated Press tweets.

Hill, 29, has played a total of 409 career games for the Rockets, Knicks, Lakers and Pacers as well as the Timberwolves. He posted averages of 7.9 PPG and 5.8 RPG during those games.

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6 thoughts on “Timberwolves Waive Jordan Hill

  1. crazysull

    They should try to bring in one of Hill(George) or Teague and one of Milsap or Griffin or Ibaka to play the PF position which will be the only position of need of they bring in Hill or Teague

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    • chiefivey

      i think they should keep rubio and go for milsap or ibaka. then build the bench.

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    • Connorsoxfan

      They can’t afford two max contracts or even both Teague and Ibaka at less than the max

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  2. Knicks Fan

    Hill will be considered one of the biggest useless signings ever. He was signed to be the backup center and was a healthy scratch for 75 games instead.

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  3. Sign millsap, keep Rubio. Or if you really must trade Ricky, trade him for pat Beverly. Rubio would be amazing in Houston and Beverly would give us defense and 3 point shooting.

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