Kurt Rambis‘s agent was supposed to meet with Minnesota Timberwolves president of basketball operations David Kahn on Thursday according to a Yahoo! Sports report, and while there hasn’t been anything reported regarding the outcome of that meeting, it’s been made clear that Rambis isn’t with the rest of the Wolves contingent in Chicago that’s scouting the NBA Draft Combine.
When the Timberwolves met Thursday with Arizona Wildcats forward Derrick Williams, the likely pick for the Wolves according to most Timberwolves mock drafts, the sophomore told Star Tribune beat writer Jerry Zgoda that Rambis was not part of the interview process.
This doesn’t exactly mean anything considering, though, considering there are a few other head coaches not in attendance such as fellow hot seat-sitter John Kuester of the Detroit Pistons. It would make more sense, however, that Kahn might want Rambis to help scout potential players if the head coach is going to return considering the intricacies of the Triangle offense.
Will Rambis stay or will he be fired? Keep it tuned right here to SB Nation Minnesota, tune keepers.