While Minnesota Timberwolves general manager David Kahn is working hard to clear roster and cap space in order to bring back forward Anthony Tolliver, there are other teams who are reportedly interested in Tolliver's services. Excluding the Wolves, those four teams, according to Chris Tomasson of FSN Florida, are the Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, and Washington Wizards.
It is believed that the Wolves are the favorites to retain Tolliver, but nothing is set in stone. In 51 games with Minnesota in 2011-2012, Tolliver averaged four points and three rebounds a game. It was an all-around down year for Tolliver, a career 32 percent shooter from downtown who made only 25 percent of his threes last season.
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