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Tom Powers: Timberwolves have a nicer new daddy in Kevin McHale

There are 8 comments on the story from Dec 10, 2008, titled Tom Powers: Timberwolves have a nicer new daddy in Kevin McHale. In it, reports that:

Before Tuesday night's game against the Utah Jazz, Kevin McHale reminded us where things stood.

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Mad Dog Gus

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Dec 10, 2008
The game is played to win....

Wake me when they win three in a row!

Rochester, MN

#2 Dec 10, 2008
McHale is the Matt Millen of the NBA. Nothing will change until he is fired. If I were him, I'd be embarrassed to still be on the payroll. After 13 years, the team is nowhere close to contending. You have to wonder just what it would take to get him fired. In the meantime, Glen, know that there are a lot of basketball fans that will never pay a dime for your product until McHale is held responsible and let go.
Wheelchair Charley

Longview, WA

#3 Dec 10, 2008
McHale has to go! Love missing 4 free throws down the stretch is all McHale's fault! Come on folks this is the first game I've watch from start to finish in at least 2 years. The team gave it an unusual effort. Now if they continue playing with the effort and intensity they did last night I predict they will win 1/2 of the balance of their games and if they do I will continue to watch and may even start buying tickets again.
grim reaper

Eureka, CA

#4 Dec 10, 2008
It doesn't matter who coaches this group of pathetic losers, the same results are inevitable.
I don't know what makes people think these so called "players" have any potential at all.
They have no clue of what it takes to win.
They also clearly lack the talent and skill to get the job done.
This franchise is a total joke!
My only question is now that McFail is coddling these players from the bench, what will it take in terms of failure to get rid of this moron for good?

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Dec 10, 2008
McHale is a basketball genius and superhero. He'll start to show his extraordinary abilities and everyone will be happy.
Wheelchair Charley

Longview, WA

#6 Dec 10, 2008
I was a ticket holder until the Jimmy Rodger's fiasco. I hated seening the first quarter scores of 35 - 9 and the lack of effort by the players so I quite going. I am a basketball fan and if McHale can get these players, regardless of talent, to play with effort and play 50% ball I may consider going to see some games. .

“Noses run and feet smell”

Since: Dec 08

Compton CA

#7 Dec 11, 2008
McHale performed better on "Cheers" in the 80's. Mr. Taylor, Please say goodbye at the end of the season.
DD Austin

Montgomery, AL

#8 Dec 11, 2008
Isn't it the job of a "daddy" to teach their kids how to win? HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! He's dq'd!
Flip Saunders would be a great step dad! He could step right in there and get things going in the right direction.

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