T’Wolves Eye Mike Woodson

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Timberwolves are in the process of interviewing candidates to fill Kurt Rambis’s newly vacated position as the team’s head coach.

Among the people that have reportedly been approached by the Timberwolves organization is former NBA player and recent Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Woodson.

Woodson coached the Hawks between 2004 and 2010, when his contract expired and the team said they would not re-sign him after their 0-4 run out of the playoffs in the second round that season.

Sources say the Timberwolves have also been in contact with Terry Porter — who has coached the Milwaukee Bucks and the Phoenix Suns — and they may be in talks to contact Don Nelson.

Kurt Rambis was the Timberwolves’ ninth coach starting in August 2009. In his two seasons as head coach, the team had a record of 32-132.

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  1. curious says:

    what about Dave Joerger? He’s young and has is good with young players. Been successful in the CBA and good as an assistant

  2. Brian says:

    Anyone whose willing to take this job and work under Kohn must be desperate.

  3. drummer says:

    Kahn thinks out of the box. Who else would spend so much time trying to sign a reserve from the Spanish league? Staying with the theme, I suggest he fill the Rambis vacancy with an assistant coach from the Turkish league.

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