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Sessions taking wait-and-see approach

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By Justin Felder - bio | email

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Ramon Sessions knows there is talk that he might be heading for his third NBA team in his fourth NBA season. The Myrtle Beach High School alum is the subject of trade rumors around the NBA, with many saying the Minnesota Timberwolves are looking to trade the point guard.

"I understand the NBA is a business," said Sessions. "If I have to move on I'm willing to move on."

Sessions is hosting his third annual basketball camp this week at Myrtle Beach High School. Approximately 100 kids are attending. The camp has been a good distraction from the off-season rumor mill.

"I don't have to worry like I did last summer," said Sessions. "With a situation like this, you hear back from your agent and you see what happens. Who knows, it could happen in an hour or it could never happen."

With Minnesota signing point guard Luke Ridnour on Wednesday and Johnny Flynn set at the starting spot, it appears Sessions may move. Sessions said he will be happy regardless, but he would like another chance with the Timberwolves.

"I love Minnesota," Sessions said . "It's a great organization, they gave me a chance last year to play, I'd be happy to be their again."

Sessions averaged just over 8 points and 3 assists per game while appearing in all 82 games this past season for Minnesota.

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