The Wolves are working on a deal with New Orleans that would send Jason Hart's non-guaranteed contract to New Orleans for guard Devin Brown.

Hart did not accompany the team to San Antonio on Monday. The deal looked like it was either dead or snagged this morning, but Wolves boss David Kahn said it was neither. That may not be the end of it, though. Kahn said there's "more than one way" to do the deal and said other teams are involved.

When I texted and asked if the Wolves will end up with Brown or something else, he answered, "Not sure yet."

Hornets would do the deal to save themselves money on the luxury tax and would likely cut Hart because he has a non-guaranteed contract.

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