He's baaaaaaack. Earlier today, we told you about how the Timberwolves were trying to acquire Kevin Garnett—who spent the first 12 years of his career in Minnesota—in a trade with the Nets. At the time, it didn't sound like KG was all that interested in waiving his no-trade clause in order to make his way back to his former team. But according to David Aldridge, KG has agreed to be traded in exchange for Thaddeus Young:

Unfortunately, this means KG won't be taking part in the NBA Playoffs this year. But it'll likely allow him to retire with the team that drafted him back in 1995 and put him one step closer to realizing his dream of buying the T'wolves one day. So it's a win for him and Minnesota.

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[via @daldridgetnt]