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Twolves Coach

I think it's safe to say Rambis is gone after tommorow right? So who do you guys think can come in and help lead our young team? I was hoping for Mark Jackson when he was available but the the Warriors got him.


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Probably Lawrence Frank Or

Probably Lawrence Frank Or Rick Adelman..

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Vet coach

I think they need a veteran coach for such a young team. If Adelman is interested in a rehab project, I think this would be perfect for him. He uses bigs which is a strength of the Wolves and the team could use his experience.

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Rick Adleman is

Rick Adleman could work, I'd like to see Jerry Sloan on the Wolves sideline..

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all depends if the more

all depends if the more experiences coaches like frank and adelman want to go there.

i definalty dont think its a task for a rookie head coach.

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Adalmen/Frank

I like Adelmen the best with their roster, but think Frank could bring a defensive intensity they desperatly need. I also think it would be funny if they brought in Brian Shaw and he kept trying to run the triangle.

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Rambis to be fired tomorrow...

http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/214283/Wolves_To_Fire_Kurt_Rambis

As a Kings fan... Adelman would be great. We should have never let him go from Sactown but he knows how to work with young talent.

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I would really like Rick

I would really like Rick Adelman too

I'm having trouble thinking of anyone else besides Van Gundy and I don't see that ever happening. But I do think Adelman would be great, he's a really good coach and he would be at the top of my list.

It seems like Kahn should have already fired Rambus and this talk should have started a lot sooner...I'm sure the future coach would love to have some input on the draft and trade ideas so he could mold the team to fit his style or vision.

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coach

ok is anyone missing this but me..or could phil jackson just coach the heat and win like 4 titles? anyways for the wolves id say sloan would be the steal of a life time but id settle for adelman. not a kings fan but he does make the teams he coaches better as long as hes got talent. def not the job for a rookie to come in. we need someone who knows what theyre doing

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I don't Sloan is coming out

I don't Sloan is coming out of retirement but I agree Adelman could be a good fit.

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lol

Sloan coming out of retirement to coach B-Easy, Darko, Anthony "doghouse" Randolph, and a rookie PG?? Better chance of a Mets-Orioles World Series than that.

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Two names being mentioned locally here in the TC

Lorenzo Romar of Washington
Kelvin Sampson of the Bucks

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Who is ROmar

I heard that Romar is the early favorite but I don't know anything about him. They really need a strong coach with a history of handling a young staff. It would really be better to have a coach in place before the draft but Kahn has an interesting way of handling Rambis, too bad he wasted his time on that Written Report.

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I hope not

If they are serious about moving forward with these guys, they need to get a proven coach. Sam Mitchell, former coach of the year as well as a former Minnesota player would be my pick. He had some success with a smaller market team. I don't like the idea of firing a coach after one year, I think if you put in the time , you deserve to follow through with your plan, otherwise it's back to back rebuilding plans.

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Yaaaaaaaaay

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AjJXX6Gb4Va2opX5UnkWQls5nYcB?slug=...

This article says they're focusing on *shudder* Bernie Bickerstaff, who has a sub- .500 career record. What are they thinking, seriously? I would LOVE it if they could somehow lure Adelman or SVG; even Sam Mitchell (an ex-Wolf). ANYBODY other than Bickerstaff.

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^^^^^

It sounds like Rambus was a terrible head coach. He was never a good fit in MN from the start. I hope they get the right guy this time, and I'm not high on Bickerstaf and Romar would just be another gamble because he's never coached in the NBA.

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They can't hire Bickerstaff,

They can't hire Bickerstaff, can they? He's a really really unsuccessful retread who developed what young talent exactly? Right, next to none. Ugh. Come on, Frank!

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