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Young Excited for Fresh Start with Wolves

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So (Thaddeus) Young, who will earn $9.2 million this season and has a $9.7 million player option for the 2015-16 season, can’t wait to get started in his new setting.

“It feels great,” Young said. “They came after me, and they sent two guys and a pick over to get me, so that says a lot about what the organization wanted, and they went and got me. I’m very happy, very excited.”

“It’s a great thing for the younger guys. It’s a great thing for me,” Young said. “I can step into a situation were I already kind of know some of the concepts and I can help the young guys get better.”

via Marc Narducci of The Inquirer

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