Various media outlets are reporting that the Timberwolves have completed an agreement that will bring Kevin Garnett back to Minnesota, in a trade that will send Thaddeus Young to the Brooklyn Nets.

 

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BringMeTheNews has more on the story that will reunite Garnett with his former coach, Flip Saunders. According to the story, Garnett had to waive a 'no-trade' clause in his contract to head back to the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

The story features more background on Garnett, as well. He was drafted fifth overall by the Wolves in 1995, and played 12 seasons in Minnesota -- 10 with current head coach Flip Saunders -- before being traded to Boston (where he won a championship) in 2007.

Garnett, who's a 12-time NBA All-Star, is currently in his 19th NBA season.