Report: Rambis out as Wolves coach
By SPORTS NETWORK
Kurt Rambis is reportedly out as head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the club won't announce the move officially until after Thursday's NBA Draft.
Rambis has spent the past two years guiding the Wolves, who had the worst record in the NBA this past season at 17-65. It was an improvement from the previous year, as the team was just 15-67 in 2009-10.
Before joining the Wolves, Rambis had been an assistant with the Lakers for 10 seasons. He helped the team to NBA titles in 2002 and 2009, and also compiled a 24-13 record as interim coach during the lockout-shortened 1998-99 campaign following the dismissal of Del Harris.
Rambis played nine seasons with the Lakers and was a member of four NBA title teams in Los Angeles. He also spent time with Charlotte, Phoenix and Sacramento in a 14-year NBA career.