Adelman: Wolves too loose before Grizzly loss

Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman noticed his team was too relaxed during practice before Wednesday night's loss against Memphis. That rubbed him the wrong way, apparently, as he told reporters that they "haven't won anything" yet to deserve being so loose.
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Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman noticed his team was too relaxed during practice before Wednesday night's loss against Memphis. That rubbed him the wrong way, apparently, as he told reporters that they "haven't won anything" yet to deserve being so loose.

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