Saunders Won’t Rule Out Coaching Wolves
(Flip) Saunders started the search for a new coach in earnest on Tuesday, one day after Rick Adelman announced his retirement.
Saunders knows firsthand about allures of the position. He coached the Timberwolves for 10 years, leading them to the only eight playoff appearances in franchise history. He also coached in Detroit and Washington, and many believe he would like to return to the bench with the Wolves.
“I’m not going to answer that,” Saunders said when asked if he could do both jobs. “You never know. Ideally right now we’re going to do a search.”
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