AK heads back to the NBA, joins Timberwolves

Andrei Kirilenko is the newest member of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

After clearing additional cap space with a three team trade, the T-Wolves have been able to sign the Russian forward with a two year deal worth a total of $20 million.

This addiction follows that of, among others, Alexey Shved, another member of Russia national team. Kirilenko will be the jack of all trades for coach Aldeman with his all around game and extra effort, being capable of play multiple roles.

In a past NBA game Kirilenko managed to achieve the difficult 5×5, at least 5 for each different category: points, rebounds, steals, assists and blocks. The symbol of versatility, Andrei Kirilenko.

Another European player has found a home in the NBA: Ronny Turiaf will be a frontcourt back up with the Los Angeles Clippers