That’s it, Ladies and Gentlemen. The 2023 NBA Free Agency market is officially open, and Day 1 is now recorded in the history books. After weeks of speculation, debate, and arguing over our favorite targets of Minnesota Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly and co., they wasted little time jumping into the action.
The Timberwolves have struck early in free agency by chasing down the signatures of SF Troy Brown Jr., PG Shake Milton, and resigning key rotation piece wing Nickiel Alexander-Walker.
As we head into Day Two, here is where the Timberwolves roster and cap situation sits. Keep in mind that there is still work to do for the Timberwolves’ front office as the team prepares to make both SG Anthony Edwards and SF Jaden McDaniels very wealthy and long-term players for the Timberwolves roster.
And there is some question over how the Timberwolves will address rookie shooting guard Jaylen Clark’s rehab. Will the team sign him to a standard NBA contract and wait it out? Or does the team sign him to a Two-Way contract in the interim, and use their remaining roster slot for a veteran?
There have been plenty of roster transactions for the Timberwolves, and you can remain up to date with our 2023 Minnesota Timberwolves Free Agency Tracker:
But to keep you in the flow of this article, here are the Timberwolves’ moves in summation: