Garnett signs with Timberwolves; becomes second highest-paid in NBA

October 1997
Jet;10/20/97, Vol. 92 Issue 22, p46
Reports that the Minnesota Timberwolves resigned Kevin Garnett to a six-year, $125 million contract extension. How the deal makes beats the deadline that would have allowed Garnett to become a free-agent; The deal as making Garnett, the second-highest player in the National Basketball Association.


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