“Wafer’s agent says his client is interested in Wolves because of his success with Rick Adelman in Houston,” added Zgoda.
Wafer played for the Celtics last season, contributing off the bench with just 3.2 ppg. Wafer is a big play kind of guy, who loves to take the big shot, if need be.
Having said that, the move would make sense for the Wolves. Wafer would cost little-to-nothing and would reunite with coach Rick Adelman after his stint with the Rockets in ’08-’09, where he averaged a career-high 9.7 ppg and 39 percent from beyond the arc. Shooting guard is the glaring weakness on the squad, so adding anyone would be beneficial before training camps commence.