Sessions and Lee finally find their homes

Nothing too immediate for the Blazers here, but the Timberwolves just got Ramon Sessions at a super-discounted rate of $4 million a year if the Bucks don’t match the offer sheet. To put that in perspective, that’s about a million less than Steve Blake will make this season.

As for David Lee, he’s going to end up signing a one-year deal with New York in order to become a full free-agent next summer, similar to what Ben Gordon did with the Bulls. The story says he’s expected to sign for between $6-8 million, which keeps him in play for what the Blazers have been willing to offer. If Pendergraph doesn’t provide enough of what the Blazers want at the backup 4 or Przybilla/Oden goes down, coupled with Webster returning to form, then I could see rumors about Lee surfacing for the umpteenth time.

Topics: David Lee, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers, Ramon Sessions, Ricky Rubio

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