Timberwolves President David Kahn had plenty to talk about Tuesday afternoon, as the team gets ready for the return of basketball.
David Kahn says the Minnesota Timberwolves expect to stay relatively quiet in what is expected to be a frenzied free agency period that opens next week.
Rick Adelman and David Kahn are teaming up to help the Minnesota Lynx get a big crowd for Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday.
The Minnesota Timberwolves don’t know yet if they’ll have a 2011-12 season because of the current NBA lockout, but they named Rick Adelman the team’s new head coach at a news conference on Wednesday.
Portland assistant Bernie Bickerstaff interviewed with the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday and former Houston coach Rick Adelman was scheduled to come in Saturday as the team searches for a new coach.
From the moment David Kahn took over as president of basketball operations for the Timberwolves, he has focused on bringing an up-tempo style of play to Minnesota.
The Minnesota Timberwolves were awfully busy on draft night. So busy, in fact, that it took the NBA until Friday afternoon to approve all the wheeling and dealing that was done by president of basketball operations David Kahn.
Yahoo! Sports is reporting that David Kahn, the team’s president of basketball operations, is expected to relieve Kurt Rambis of his coaching duties as Timberwolves head coach sometime on Thursday.
David Kahn has yet to make a decision on Kurt Rambis’s future and the coach will not be in Minneapolis for Thursday night’s draft.
Timberwolves president David Kahn says Kevin Love isn’t going anywhere and Minnesota will draft Duke point guard Kyrie Irving on Thursday if he falls to No. 2.
Minnesota Timberwolves President David Kahn says he asked Kurt Rambis to write a report about the changes he would make as coach if he comes back for a third season as head coach.
A person familiar with the situation says Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Kurt Rambis and team president David Kahn will meet at length over the next two days to discuss whether Rambis will return for a third season.
Seven weeks after the Minnesota Timberwolves season ended, Kurt Rambis has not been told whether he will be back for a third year as head coach.
Kurt Rambis sat in the Minnesota Timberwolves practice facility on Monday, wearing a Timberwolves polo shirt and watching several draft prospects work out in front of a host of coaches, scouts and executives from around the league.
After the Cavaliers beat out the Wolves for the top spot Tuesday, Kahn said with a smirk that the league “has a habit” of “producing some pretty incredible story lines.”
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