Adelman doesn't believe in coaching through intimidation

  • Article by: Jerry Zgoda , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 3, 2013 - 1:00 PM

Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman held a wide-ranging conversation Tuesday about his career and methods now that he is just two victories away from 1,000 NBA victories.

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metaltesterApr. 2, 13 8:53 PM

THANKYOU SO MUCH FOR COMING TO MINNESOTA RICK ADLEMAN!!! I very much wish the health issues (Both on and off court) never had to be apart of how things have played out over the last two years. Not much one can do about those thing but persevere. All I know is that before any injuries happen, you had our team at a winning record! That being said, I wish and hope all the off court health issues resolve and heal them selves fully, even I know what matters most... Here's to a very successful 2013/2014 season and beyond!!

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lindy_frank123Apr. 2, 1311:12 PM

he deserves to coach a team next year that is healthy the entire year...then let's see what happens...you have to give him that much...and Love gets one more year to stay healthy...otherwise he's gone..

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jachesteApr. 2, 1311:27 PM

Adelman will decide if he returns or not. He'll be here as long as he wants to coach. I hope he stays a long time and I hope and pray his wife's health improves.

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bigbrad123Apr. 3, 13 9:41 AM

Adelman is the epitome of a great coach no matter what the record says this year. I certainly hope he is back next year. Fire Kahn, hire Flip as GM, and bring back Adelman.

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littlebigboyApr. 3, 1311:51 AM

GET OFF THE FLIP BANDWAGON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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kennyrogersApr. 3, 1312:25 PM

It's a good thing Adelman isn't that way or Sprewell would have choked him too.....er, wait a second, let's figure that out.........

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