Minnesota Timberwolves Were Frustrated With Tom Thibodeau

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Hoiberg worked in Minnesota's front office following his retirement as an National Basketball Association player, and Wolves owner Glen Taylor has a well-known affection for him, according to league sources.

Young received a big compliment when the game ended, as 12-time All-Star Dwyane Wade, who is retiring after the season, took his jersey off at halfcourt and made a swap with the Atlanta rookie.

"You really don't get much sleep, getting thrown into this thing", Saunders said Tuesday morning, January 8, at the Timberwolves' shootaround. After a contentious battle with star guard Jimmy Butler who demanded a trade, the Timberwolves never recovered from their lack of team chemistry. "I think (Saunders) is going to be great". Everyone believes in him, respects him, trusts him.

"I jinxed that badly", Towns said in relation to his comments last week.

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The youngest coach in National Basketball Association history is Dave Debusschere, who acted as a player-coach for the Detroit Pistons at just 24-years old in 1964. Ryan has been an assistant in Minnesota for the past five years, working under his father for several years after Flip was re-hired by the organization in 2013. "I'll be careful about how much I want to implement and then I'll be speaking to the guys, too, and trying to get their gauge on things as well".

Hoiberg has been a rumored target for UCLA's head-coaching job. So far, the transition hasn't been a problem in large part due to those around him. "We just lost against a bunch of teams that we're a better team". "We've got a good group of people that make things a lot easier..."

"I'm hurt because Thibs is not here", Rose said. And everyone involved - players, coaches and staff - know that. "It's been insane", Jones said.

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