Health provisions held up deal

Updated: August 9, 2004, 7:55 PM ET
Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Timberwolves re-signed point guard Troy Hudson on Monday, a month after the two sides agreed to terms on a contract worth up to $37 million over six years.

Complicated provisions in the deal regarding Hudson's health -- he missed the playoffs and all but 29 regular-season games with a severely sprained ankle -- were the source of the holdup.

"There were some nervous moments, because it was taking so long," agent Bill Neff said.

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