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Dec
08

McHale Takes the Floor Once More


Minnesota Timberwolves VP of Basketball Operations Kevin McHale has fired head coach Randy Whitman after the ‘wolves started out 4-15 on the season and announced that he will take over as the new coach. Even more surprising, he announced that he was relinquishing his front office position in order to focus on the game-to-game requirements of coaching. McHale, who features a 19-12 career record as an NBA coach (and also two of the greatest cameos on Cheers of all time) isn’t likely to find much success with his current roster, all of which he assembled but he isn’t expected to be too troubled by that since he did bring another championship to the Celtics last season. It is unknown at this time whether after the season if McHale will return to the front office or if the long-suffering Minnesota fans will get their wish and get a capable talent evaluator for their team instead. There has also been no word as to whether he will coach in his famously ugly Cosby-style sweaters or if he’ll switch to the more stylish suit jacket, mock turtleneck style that he features for press conferences.


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