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riversmallmouth35    0
riversmallmouth35

What do you think we should do with the team? We should get a decent draft pick, but we need more than that. We need to make a big trade. Randy Foye, Craig Smith, and Rashad McCants are the future of this team. I think we should have kept Dwane Casey for the remainder of the season.We were the 8th spot in the west when we let him go.

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xedge2002    0
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Sell the team to anybody who wants them, have Taylor buy the twins, knock down the target center and build a stadium for the vikings! grin.gif Actually arent' the T-wolves losing their 1st round draft pick this year from the great trades McHale has made in the past?

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The Timberwolves keep their pick if they finish in the lottery which they probably will. They owe first rounders to the clip joint and the celtics. I would like to see them make another run with Garnett but I don't see that happening. Should have kept Casey. He was doing good with the garbage of a roster we got. We should start by getting rid of McHale and go from there.

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I've been reading some reports that Taylor is going to re-evaluate how his front office runs. Wonder if that is an early clue he might ask McHale to step down. I think Taylor is finally seeing that McHale has been the center of all the trouble the franchise is having. Everyone else is gone and there is no improvement and there Mchale sits. Once McHale leaves then start entertaining trading KG and keep our young nucleus. This team can't go anywhere until KG's contract is off the books.

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Biff- I agree with getting rid of Mchale. The only thing good he has done in the past three years is the trade with boston.

Bucket- I think the timberwolves will be better off trading KG but it wont be the same watching the games with out him.

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The T-wolves are not going anywhere until they get rid of the thorne in their side.(Mchale) And saidly to say the one and only KG. He is what keeps fans interested, but it is starting to be not enough to keep them interested. Let him go to a contender, he has given his all for this team and has gotten nothing in return. He is a class act and I would hate to see him go, but it would be the best for both.

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I have no idea on how the team can imporve. One night they can beat the suns and the next they lose to the celtics. The "Big Ticket" has been punched and is time to get rid of him. We need a team instead of a go to guy. Someone else needs to step up.

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