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T-Wolves Acquire Randolph As Part Of Carmelo Deal

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The Timberwolves reportedly acquired 6’11 225 pound power forward Anthony Randolph and 7’0 295 pound center Eddy Curry from the New York Knicks in exchange for small forward Corey Brewer.  Randolph is averaging 2.1 points and 2.4 rebounds a game for the Knicks this season and Curry hasn’t played all year and is considered just an expiring contract.  Randolph played 2 seasons at Golden State prior to going to New York.  He averaged 11 points a game for the Warriors in ’09-’10.  Brewer is averging 8.1 points a games for the Wolves this season.  Carmelo Anthony was traded from Denver to New York in this multi-player trade.  The Wolves play at Milwaukee tonight at 7pm.

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