According to Yahoo!Sports.com, Denver Nuggets free agent Corey Brewer has reached a three-year, $15 million agreement with the Minnesota Timberwolves. While exact details of the deal have yet to be finalized, Yahoo! is reporting the Nuggets likely will not participate in a sign-and-trade with the Wolves. This ends Brewer’s brief two-year tenure with the Nuggets in which he saw tremendous growth as a player while thriving under George Karl’s fastbreak offense. Brewer had gone on record as saying he’d have liked to re-sign with the Nuggets. With his departure, three of Denver’s top seven rotational players (in terms of minutes logged during the regular season) are no longer on the roster.
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