August 1st, 2011
The coach with most wins in the history of the National Basketball Association – Don Nelson will meet with the leadership of the Minnesota Timberwolves at the beginning of next week and will discuss his possible appointment at the head of the “forest of wolves, the daily The Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
This week, executives of Minnesota has conducted interviews with Terry Porter, Mike and Rick Adelman Uudsan is expected in the near future the new coach of the team to be announced.
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Boston lose unexpectedly, Minnesota allow seventh consecutive loss
February 26th, 2009
Without the injured Kevin Garnett, the Champion Boston allow surprising loss to stay at 91:93 of slabaka Los Angeles Clippers. Zack Randolph be awarded 30 points and 12 rebounds for the hosts, but remain in the penultimate Pacific Division with 15 wins and 43 lesions. Paul Pierce was the leader of the guests with 20 points but missed a shot 10 seconds before the end, which proved fatal. Boston is second to the East with 46 successful and 13 losses. Tony Parker beads 39 points and San Antonio to bring the Portland 99:84. Parker was again the leader of the team in the absence of Tim Duncan because of injury. San Antonio record fourth consecutive victory and keep confidence in the southeast division.
Devin Harris scored 19 of a total of 42 points is his fourth part in the success of New Jersey over visiting Chicago with 111:99. Andre Iguodala finished with 22 points, 11 rebounds and 9 assistance, and Philadelphia had over host Washington with 106:98. Andre Miller added 17 points for first victory of the team after Starfleet weekend. Memphis allow sixth consecutive loss after against 99:104 versus the host Indiana. Jack Ford and Jared You J brought 20 points for success. Rudy Gay could result aligned to guests six seconds before the end but missed the zone of the three points. Guest most useful with 22 points and 13 rebounds was Marc Gasol.
Dwight Howard is great with 24 points and 21 rebounds, and Hedo Turkoglu added 33 points in Orlando’s victory over New York as a guest with 114:109. Nate Robinson was the most useful for the hosts with 32 points. New Orleans cause eighth consecutive loss to visiting Detroit in the league after 90:87. David West 30 points for beads hosts and took two crucial offensive rebounds in the last attack of his team. Richard Hamilton with 24 points was best for Detroit, which is in the worst series of his 14 seasons. Josh Howard is distinguished by 27 points, Dallas and Milwaukee broke a 116:96. Minnesota allow seventh consecutive loss after housework 103:120 against Utah. Ronnie Brewer scored 16 of his 20 points is the fourth part of success. Kevin Love records in her career record 25 points and 15 rebounds for Minnesota, but this does not help. Gerald Wallace is distinguished by 27 points in the victory over host Charlotte to Sacramento.
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