The Minnesota Timberwolves have come to terms with two restricted free agents, keeping them with the team. First the Wolves resigned forward Jarred Vanderbilt to a three-year $13.8 million deal. Vanderbilt is 22 years old and was selected by the Orlando Magic in the second round, 41st overall in the 2018 NBA draft out of the University of Kentucky. He came to Minnesota February 5th 2020 via trade with the Denver Nuggets. Then the Wolves came to terms with restricted free agent Jordan McLaughlin. McLaughlin’s deal is for three years and is a two-way contract with the Wolves developmental team. McLaughlin is 25 years old and was undrafted out of USC in 2018. He signed a two way contract with Minnesota in 2020 after spending time in the Brooklyn Nets organization.