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Anthony Tolliver choosing between rock or hard place, er, Warriors or Wolves

Jul 29, 2010, 11:41 AM EDT

atolliver.jpgAnthony Tolliver says he wants to choose by this weekend which struggling franchise he is going to play for next year.

We’ll, that’s not how he put it to the News-Leader, but when you are choosing between Golden State and Minnesota it is the reality.

“I haven’t made a decision yet,” Tolliver said, “but we’re getting there and I hope to have a decision soon.

“Once they have their final (financial) figure and years guaranteed, that’s when I plan on making my decision –unless somebody comes in late,” he added.

The Warriors let Tolliver go because they had plenty of frontcourt depth, then they sent Anthony Randolph and Ronny Turiaf to New York in the David Lee swap. So they could use Toliver again.

But Golden State is a mystery — a new owner is coming in, the old coach (Don Nelson) is going out. Who knows what system they will be running. Who knows what kind of run Tolliver would get under the to-be-named coach.

Minnesota is just a team without a plan. They have some nice players, but none outside of Kevin Love seem a really good fit with the triangle offense they are supposed to be. They are overloaded at the four. GM David Kahn’s next move is likely to be random.

Tolliver said he prefers to return to Golden State, but it’s about the money. And the years, he’d like two. But as a young player who made “just” $427,000 last year he wants to get paid. Wherever that is.

  1. MinnFanMan - Jul 29, 2010 at 12:30 PM

    I have heard alot of criticism of Kahn, but ” overload at the four? Are you kidding me. Have you looked at the Wolves roster? They have 1 legit four in Kevin Love. Beasley wants to play the 3 or will split time at both forward positions. The other big men are Centers. How can you say that the Wolves are overloaded at four?

  2. Twolves fan - Jul 29, 2010 at 10:16 PM

    … How are we overloaded at the four. We need some depth behind Klove. Pek and Darko are centers. Beasly is a wild card he will probably split time between forward positions.

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