The Minnesota Timberwolves have been asked by the NBA to check out. The Wolves have to pay $250,000 penalties because they depended on as a team a non-permitted training at with owner Alex Rodriguez.
As the NBA announced, the Timberwolves disregarded the rules of NBA by organizing a training session outside their home market in Off season.
The Wolves had stopped a training session in Miami at the beginning of September, the franchise also presented the franchise on their social media channels. The team followed an invitation of the new owner group around the former baseball star Alex Rodriguez.
A-Rod had invited the team into his estate, where the Wolves also trained and ate together. However, this is not permitted in the off season and moved the penalty of $250,000.
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Rodriguez and Million Marc Lore acquired 20 percent of Timberwolves as well as the WNBA Team Minnesota Lynx in the summer. The Duo agreed with previous owners Glen Taylor on the fact that they will pay a total of $1.5 billion for the franchise in the coming years. In the meantime, Taylor will guide the two and then transfer the shops.