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bucketmouth64

Wolves GM position

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I read in the paper that a third candidate turned down Taylor's offer to become the GM. Upon further reading Taylor is telling candidates that McHale needs to be the coach. The irony is that McHale wants a two year contract if he coaches and Taylor said he will only give one and evaluate the situation after one year. Do you think Taylor has any clue what he is doing? He continues to make bad decisions and now he can't find a GM. Hello Mr. Taylor, look in the mirror, you are handcuffing the progress of this team. And McHale is not helping matters by not coming out and saying he wants to be the coach. These two just continue to be terrible executives. With the draft coming in June it looks as though we won't have a GM yet. Hoiberg and Stack continue to be the internal candidates.

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The Minnesota Timberwolves will make the Los Angeles Clippers run of ineptitude look dynasty-like if the front office situation continues in this direction. Cut the cord and start fresh. Taylor is the new Donald Sterling with his demands.

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From what I heard on kfan, David Kahn, former Pacer GM, will be introduced tomorrow as new GM. Sounds like he will have a say who he wants to be the coach and how the front office will be designed. Kahn has some history with Sam Mitchell, so he might be a possibility. I hope he doesn't keep McHale just to appease Taylor. If Mchale wants to stay involved with the organization maybe he could be an advance scout or a scout for college players.

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If McHale wants to stay involved with the organization he could probably sell peanuts in the nosebleed section or push a broom through the hall ways after the game.

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I used to have season tickets for several years and gave them. I just can't watch them anymore! That's some Fugly basketball!!!!

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