Adelman believes the Wolves can win

The NBA lockout didn't stop Rick Adelman from taking a job with the Timberwolves. And even though he isn't allowed to talk about his players, he believes Minnesota has the right players to win sooner rather than later.
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The NBA lockout didn't stop Rick Adelman from taking a job with the Timberwolves. And even though he isn't allowed to talk about his players, he believes Minnesota has the right players to win sooner rather than later.

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