The Minnesota Timberwolves have been looking for a head coach since the firing of Kevin McHale. Potential candidates included current ESPN analyst Mark Jackson, Lakers assistant Kurt Rambis, and Rockets assistant Elston Turner. Some reports say that the search has been put on hold with Timberwolves president David Kahn traveling to Spain, working on Ricky Rubio's buyout. Well, the search has been put on hold permanently. The T-wolves will play without a coach.
"It is an unorthodox move," says Kahn, "but we feel that it is in the best interests of our team right now. Not sure if you noticed this or not, be we don't really look like we know what the hell is going on here anyway. What was our record last year with a coach....24-58? We should be able to win 24 games without one. Plus we need to save some cash with Rubio's buyout. Hell, we're even asking players to Twitter more to get more ticket sales."