Kurt Rambis must go. That is all.
"Im told by a source that #Twolves will bring back #KurtRambis but force him to retool his staff #nba #notfired" USA Today J. Michael Falgoust
Rambis's pre-game interview before the game with Houston last night was almost the equal of David Kahn's appearance earlier in the day. He had his chance to answer many of the same questions Kahn had tackled. (Their relationship? "Uhm... It's businesslike.") Definitely a must see for those waiting on one or more axes to fall. Pretty difficult watching, though.
Just got my new shirt in the mail this morning. Good timing.
The Timberwolves' coaching search is over. The news conference will have to wait a couple more days.
Wolves owner Glen Taylor confirmed late Saturday night that the team has come to a verbal agreement with Los Angeles Lakers assistant Kurt Rambis to be its next coach.
Taylor said it's his assumption that Rambis will sign the contract, believed to be for four years and more than $8 million, on Monday and be introduced at a Tuesday news conference.
"Kurt, with his experience playing and coaching for a winning organization and working under people like Pat Riley, will bring a lot to our organization," Taylor said. "In meeting with him and talking to him, I know he's very excited about having an opportunity to help build his own team."