Spencer Hawes would have preferred to receive the remai…

Spencer Hawes would have preferred to receive the remaining $6 million of his four-year, $23 million contract up front. “It’s nice having an income, but it’s also nice having your money and getting to invest in different areas when opportunities strike,” he says. “Maybe give the owners the opportunity to not have it hit their books all at the same time, but the fact that the players get penalized and have to wait for it, it’s another thing that’s kind of frustrating.”
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No one on Minnesota’s side complained about the no call after the game. A call there certainly would’ve bailed Minnesota out. The Wolves last-second play didn’t play out as they had hoped. “We knew they were going to switch everything, so we tried to get a step to the basket,” Timberwolves coach Ryan Saunders said. “We heard them call out a slip early. They ended up switching — they did a nice job of it. And then we just didn’t get a good look.”
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