NBA Free Agency 2013: Minnesota Timberwolves to Sign Ronny Turiaf?

Feb 11, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers center Ronny Turiaf (21) is defended by Philadelphia 76ers guard Damien Wilkins (8) during the fourth quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. The Clippers defeated the Sixers 107-90. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

You remember Ronny Turiaf, right? No? That’s okay – most NBA teams don’t either.

Turiaf, who spent last season with the Los Angeles Clippers played in 65 games shockingly, though, only averaged 10 minutes in those contests. Prior to that, Turiaf played 17 games during the 2011-12 season, split between the Miami Heat and Washington Wizards.

The power forward is probably most well known for his time as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, where he spent the first three (and most productive) seasons of his career.

Now, the seven year NBA veteran is looking for another home and may have found one in Minnesota as Yahoo Sports is reporting the Timberwolves are the frontrunner (he has multiple teams interested?!?!) to sign the former Gonzaga product:

Minnesota has emerged as a strong frontrunner to sign free agent Ronny Turiaf, league sources tell Y! Sports.

Turiaf, a career 4.7 points per game scorer wont see much time in Minnesota, nor will he be able to continue to boink adult starlet Jesse Jane who he reportedly had a thing with in years past.

NBA player probz.

Topics: Minnesota TImberwolves, NBA Free Agency, Ronny Turiaf

Want more from FanSided?  
Subscribe to FanSided Daily for your morning fix. Enter your email and stay in the know.

5 minutes ago

UFC on FOX 11 super slow motion highlights

7 minutes ago

Arrested Development creator Michael Hurwitz developing new show for Netflix

11 minutes ago

Redskins’ Dan Snyder: We got tired of seeing DeSean Jackson score on us