Category Archives: Coaching changes
Wolves cleaned house on Friday with Milt Newton, Arnie Kander, Rob Babcock, Sidney Lowe, and others given their walking papers.
Report: Wolves in “serious talks” with Tom Thibodeau to become head coach, President of Basketball Operations
Reports: Tom Thibodeau in negotiations with Wolves on five-year, $50 million deal to become head coach and President of Basketball Operations.
Sam Mitchell, Milt Newton are out, Korn Ferry tabbed as search firm to find Wolves’ new leadership.
Breaking reports and updates on the Wolves’ potential coaching search.
Bryan Gates, most recently an assistant with New Orleans, will joining the Wolves’ staff for the 2015-16 season.
People who followed the Minnesota Timberwolves, whether they were fans or media members, so closely last season have widely held the belief that it was the lack of late game execution that ultimately was the undoing of this team in their quest for a return to the playoffs. The 0-11 start in games decided by four […]
The Minnesota Timberwolves have added to their development and scouting departments with the announcement of three hires on Thursday. The Wolves announced the hiring of former Lakers’ shooter Mike Penberthy as the team’s shooting coach, along with Jason Harvey as a scout and the promotion of Derek Pierce to advance scout. From the team:
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced Tuesday morning that Ryan Saunders has been hired on as an assistant coach. If the name sounds familiar to Wolves fans, it should. Ryan played four years at the University of Minnesota and was an assistant coach there under Tubby Smith as well. He was an assistant coach and scout with the […]
Monday morning, Rick Adelman took the stage outside the Wolves’ training facility and announced what many have long suspected: the 67-year-old is officially retiring from coaching in the NBA. He will remain with the organization as an advisor, but his days dealing with the worry of game-planning, roster construction, and the hassles of trekking across […]
I’m so excited. And I just can’t hide it. I’m about to lose control and I think I like it. The Wolves are going to have a real coach next season – like a super real coach with plays and experience and lineup stability and credibility and a relationship with our best player that won’t […]