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Robert Covington learned he was traded from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Minnesota Timberwolves the same way almost everyone else did – via social media. Covington and forward Dario Saric were sent to Minnesota in mid-November as the centrepieces of Philadelphia's deal to bring in four-time NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler. Jerryd Bayless and a future second-round pick were also part of the package the Timberwolves received. Continue to Article
January 07, 2019 9:25:pm EST
When Thibodeau finally traded Butler to the 76ers, Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor was reportedly envisioning a post-Thibodeau future. It seemed Thibodeau was coaching for his job. That's why Thibodeau getting fired yesterday was so shocking. Continue to Article
January 07, 2019 8:45:pm EST
Fred Hoiberg's name was linked to the Minnesota Timberwolves coaching job long before Tom Thibodeau was even fired. Minnesota owner Glen Taylor is the cause of the rumors, as a source told NBC Sports' Tom Haberstroh: “Glen loves Fred. So when Thibodeau was fired by Minnesota, it wasn't a surprise Hoiberg's name came up quickly, what was unexpected was to see him linked to a possible front office/GM role. Continue to Article
January 07, 2019 8:38:pm EST
Derrick Rose apologizes for saying anyone that doubts him should "kill yourself" originally appeared on Derrick Rose made waves following comments he made at a Timberwolves media session on Monday. Sunday, the Timberwolves fired head coach Tom Thibodeau after two-plus seasons. Thibodeau, the former Bulls head coach, brought Rose to the Timberwolves, where the latter has enjoyed a resurgence of sorts. Continue to Article
January 07, 2019 6:33:pm EST
Former NBA Most Valuable Player Derrick Rose apologized Monday for telling anyone who doubted his ability to "kill yourself" for thinking he wouldn't keep playing well for the Minnesota Timberwolves. The 30-year-old guard, who took the 2011 MVP award while with Chicago, was answering a question about how he would fare in the wake of the team firing coach and president Tom Thibodeau on Sunday. "I have a lot of confidence in myself," Rose said. Continue to Article
January 07, 2019 6:00:pm EST
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