It seems Kevin Garnett will not be involved in any potential sale of the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Hall of Famer did not reveal any details on the news, as he took to Instagram to announce that the bid is over.
Owner Glen Taylor announced, back in the summer, his willingness to sell the franchise in one condition, as the new onwer will have to commit to keep the Wolves in Minnesota.
Garnett has a notoriously rocky relationship with Taylor, however he was willing to put aside the differences and work on a deal to buy the franchise.
However, the Wolves’ legend seems to decide to not get involved in the team’s selling process. Garnett had the most dominant years of his career in Timberwolves’ uniform.
The former superstar forward spent the first 14 seasons of his career in the NBA with the Timberwolves, earning 10 All-Star nods and an MVP award in that span.
He leads the franchise in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals. He joined the Boston Celtics in 2007 to win his first championship of his career.