Adelman: Wolves not that far from 'turning things around'

The Minnesota Timberwolves introduced their new head coach Rick Adelman at a Target Center news conference. Adelman said he didn't think it would take that long to get the Wolves pointed in the right direction, and fans should expect to see a high-energy offense.
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The Minnesota Timberwolves introduced their new head coach Rick Adelman at a Target Center news conference. Adelman said he didn't think it would take that long to get the Wolves pointed in the right direction, and fans should expect to see a high-energy offense.

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