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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Flip Saunders
Surprise, Kevin Love. You're an All-Star starter.
It took some time for the Montenegrin train to get rolling.
Even just 16 games into the new season, one thing had become abundantly clear in Minnesota: Derrick Williams wasn't fitting in with the Timberwolves.
Nikola Pekovic didn't want to leave Minnesota, and the Timberwolves weren't about to let him go.
When Mike Brown first got into coaching in the early 1990s, veteran Bernie Bickerstaff would pull him aside for little chats on climbing the ladder in the NBA. One lesson stood out more than any other.
Corey Brewer has become a familiar face for the often-changing Minnesota Timberwolves.
There was a time when second-round draft picks in the NBA held about as much value to some teams as the caps that were given to each player chosen on draft night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are on top of the NBA draft yet again, only this time there is no LeBron James waiting to save them. There may not even be a Kyrie Irving.
Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor sat before a throng of media, swallowed hard and said what many in and around the organization had been thinking for about nine years.
Goodbye, David Kahn.
On paper, the Washington Wizards are already a much better team than they were last season. That's not enough to impress coach Randy Wittman.
Randy Wittman will return as the Washington Wizards' coach next season, the team announced Monday.
In his 2 1/2 seasons in Washington, former Wizards coach Flip Saunders often smiled wistfully when talking about the best player he ever coached, Boston Celtics star Kevin Garnett.
Like a teacher with a classroom full of young students, Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman does what he can, given the challenges of a post-lockout season. The instruction, Wittman believes, is getting through to his charges. But then they promptly go out and flunk the test.
The Wizards' new coach did not look happy Wednesday morning. And for a good reason.
Adelman and Wolves president Flip Saunders have said they will sit down to discuss things after the season is over.
President of basketball operations Flip Saunders has told teams calling about trading for Love to not even bother asking.