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Timberwolves Look To Grow Up In The Offseason

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — After another disappointing season in Minnesota, the young Timberwolves say they have a lot of growing up to do this summer.

The youngest team in the NBA finished its season with 15 straight losses and the worst record in the league. Their 17 victories were just two more than a year ago, which belies the talk of progress from coach Kurt Rambis and president David Kahn.

Rambis is unsure if he will return for a third season on the job. Kahn declined to discuss the coach’s job security.

Kahn says he will take some time to evaluate all aspects of the team before making a decision. He says the biggest priority is adding some veterans to provide leadership to the younger players.

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