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Watch: Thibs goes absolutely ballistic a minute into the game

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It's not surprising to see Timberwolves head coach Tom Thibodeau with his arms up and barking orders while coaching on the sidelines.

But on Friday, Thibodeau went nuts after the Wolves were down 5-0 a minute into their game against the Detroit Pistons. Just look how red his face gets.

We all know this is his style, but isn't this a little much? Especially considering the game wasn't even a minute old.

However, this team was supposed to have a ton of potential. Even though they've played better basketball since December, Minnesota is still 11 games back of .500 entering play on Friday.

So maybe we can't blame the coach too much.

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