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Topic - Kurt Rambis
The Associated Press and an NBA referee have reached a settlement in a lawsuit against the news agency and one of its sports writers over a Twitter message suggesting the referee intentionally made a bad call to make up for another one that went against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have announced that they are hiring Rick Adelman as their next coach.
Rick Adelman coached four teams in his first two decades in the NBA, each time taking a year off before starting his next journey.
Rick Adelman is back in Minnesota to meet with the Timberwolves again, the second time this month that he has traveled from his home in Oregon to talk about the team's vacant head coaching position.
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 have fired coach Kurt Rambis after two seasons on the job.
The Minnesota Timberwolves' front office hasn't been good for a while. Turns out they're not very lucky, either. Some surprise.
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.
Kurt Rambis has been waiting two months for an answer on his coaching future with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Kurt Rambis is getting closer to knowing about his coaching future.
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.
David Kahn's "excavation" of the Minnesota Timberwolves last season produced 15 victories.
David Kahn is returning as president of the Minnesota Timberwolves next season. The prospects for Kurt Rambis returning as coach aren't nearly as promising.
Minnesota Timberwolves coach Kurt Rambis says there's a chance that All-Star forward Kevin Love could miss the rest of the season because of a strained left groin.
"You go through a long season and you're not thinking today's the last day," said ESPN analyst Kurt Rambis, who played in two Game 7s with the Lakers in 1984 and `88. "That one, it is a real defining moment. There are a lot of emotions that you go through thinking about the what-ifs of you winning and what-ifs of you losing. You start thinking about everything you went through to get to that point. It's clear that it's over with after today."
Thing is, they were seldom celebrated — unless, as in the case of uberdork Kurt Rambis of the Los Angeles Lakers and his Rambis Youth cult fan following, said celebration was laced with hipster irony.