The Minnesota Timberwolves have a quite busy week ahead with the NBA Draft just one week away, but reports are out that the team has decided to increase its workload with Kurt Rambis in town for the pre-draft workouts.
Rambis will meet with president of basketball operations David Kahn on Friday and Saturday to decide if the Wolves will allow the coach to return for his third season with the Timberwolves, according to a report from the Associated Press.
The timing isn't ideal, obviously, but better late than never?
"I think everybody has reasons for why they conduct the business in the way they want to conduct their business," Rambis told the Associated Press last week. "If you're asking me if that's what I would do, no, that's not how I would handle things. But everybody's different."
According to the AP, Rambis sat across the gym from Kahn while Enes Kanter and Arizona forward Derrick Williams went through workouts on Thursday. Williams is the favorite to be selected by the Wolves with the No. 2 pick next Thursday.