Rambis says Timberwolves' defense nee...

Rambis says Timberwolves' defense needs to tighten up

There are 4 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Oct 15, 2009, titled Rambis says Timberwolves' defense needs to tighten up. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

As Timberwolves players try to decipher variations of coach Kurt Rambis' triangle offense, certain phases of the team's defense require just as much studying.

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odennorsson

Duluth, MN

#1 Oct 16, 2009
A nice addition to the roster might be former Gopher/T-wolf R. Rickert. He has gained muscle & proved himself as an inside presence in D-league (An All Star) and Euro play. He had always had a nice outside game. Shoots much better than K.Love, and is the solid passing big guy that is needed for the triangle offense (he handled some point gaurd responsibilities at Duluth East). He is also more humble and mature than he was during his initial stint in the NBA.
Phillip Ml

Eden Prairie, MN

#2 Oct 16, 2009
I have to admit, i tried to watch the Wolves game with the Bulls. I switched after 10 minutes. They are unwatchable! What a pathetic organization
Phillip Ml

Eden Prairie, MN

#3 Oct 16, 2009
odennorsson wrote:
A nice addition to the roster might be former Gopher/T-wolf R. Rickert. He has gained muscle & proved himself as an inside presence in D-league (An All Star) and Euro play. He had always had a nice outside game. Shoots much better than K.Love, and is the solid passing big guy that is needed for the triangle offense (he handled some point gaurd responsibilities at Duluth East). He is also more humble and mature than he was during his initial stint in the NBA.
Only one problem, he isnt NBA material. He might have been one day had he stayed in college for 4 years. He is a space cadet
DD Austin

United States

#4 Oct 16, 2009
It appears that Rambo was a very good asst. coach, but it will take him several years to develop as a head coach, as a T-Wolves fan - it is painful to think of another frustrating year watching a rookie head coach try and mold a very young and basically inexperienced team be competitive with a new system, and a coach who is obviously flying by the seat of his pants. I hope they surprise us all, but I really think this is going to be another typical team on the floor getting typical results. As long as Glen is in control - the Wild will will out perform this franchise in every concievable way. :(

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