Wolves' Towns misses out on All-NBA, $32 million

Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Wolves' Towns misses out on All-NBA, $32 million
Wolves' Towns misses out on All-NBA, $32 million

Karl-Anthony Towns could not crack the All-NBA teams this season, and that will have ramifications for the extension the Timberwolves star signed in September and for the team's salary cap. If Towns had made one of the teams, it would have been his second All-NBA honor while playing on his rookie contract. That would have triggered the collective bargaining agreement's so-called “Rose Rule,” named for Derrick Rose, which states that a player of Towns' amount of service time could make up to 30% of the salary cap for a single season as opposed to 25% if, among other caveats, he was named MVP once, an All-Star starter or All-NBA twice in his career up until that point. Since Rudy Gobert of the

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