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Darren Wolfson on Jordan McLaughlin: It's a stare off. Will the Wolves budge? Will McLaughlin budge. He's a restricted free agent, so he doesn't have much wiggle room. But he's looking for a little bit more on the backside if the Wolves want to make a move after a year that he gets some financial protection.
Darren Wolfson: It looks like restricted free agent Jordan McLaughlin will eventually be back. He's got some league-wide interest but I don't foresee an offer sheet coming anytime.
The Timberwolves are considering bringing back one of their two-way players from last season. The Wolves and point guard Jordan McLaughlin have discussed a new contract, a source said, with the source adding those talks are ongoing.
Jordan McLaughlin: Excited to be joining the @Timberwolves this season! Thank you for this opportunity and I look forward to contributing to the vision. 🙏🏽🏀 Jon Krawczynski: McLaughlin has signed a 2-way contract. Good opportunity for him on a PG-thin team after he played well in Summer League.
Jordan McLaughlin: Excited to be joining the @Timberwolves this season! Thank you for this opportunity and I look forward to contributing to the vision. 🙏🏽🏀

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The Nets announced the signings of Jordan McLaughlin and Mitch Creek. McLaughlin comes from USC and has played the NBA Summer League with Nets. Creek comes from Adelaide 36ers.
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Brandon Ingram takes All-Star snub as motivation

Jim Eichenhofer: Brandon Ingram, after being asked how he views not being All-Star: “I took it as motivation. Of course, I’ve got to be self-aware, and say that if it was questioned, maybe I’m not doing enough. Maybe I need to get more wins. I’ll be good enough to not have it questioned anymore.”
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“I was happy for some of the first time All-Stars in Zach LaVine, Julius Randle,” Shaw said. “He was a player that I coached in L.A. He has gotten better and better every year. I thought that maybe Damian Lillard should have gotten a starting nod. (I’m also happy for) Jaylen Brown, a guy that played at Cal, who I’m familiar with in the Bay area. For him to get an All-Star nod, I thought that maybe he should have gotten one last year.”
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