Minnesota Timberwalls announced the Sunday night of the team's president and chief coach Tom Thaibdou.
Assistant coach Ryan Saunders will be nominated for an interim coach for the remainder of the season, while Scott Ladden will be the General Manager of Minnesota.
After several hours after Wolves' 108-86 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, this step has increased from 19-21 to 19-21. He is ranked 11th in Western Conference Standings.
Leiden and Minnesota CEO Ethan Kasson went to Thibodoui's office and fired them after victory over the Lakers, League sources told ESPN. According to sources, Thibdo was surprised at this time and he did not know that his boycott was imminent.
League sources told ESPN that former Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hobben has taken serious consideration for Minnesota owner Glenn Taylor to become a general manager or head coach in the future.
Timbervopol also ends his tenure as the coach of Timbaughouv with the record 97-107. Rick Edelman is the second highest score in his team's history with his win.
Taylor said in a statement, "We thank Tommy for his efforts and wish him the best." "These decisions never make it easy, but they felt the need to move on to our organization."
The third season of Thibbudov was complicated by Jimmy Butler's departure, who had been forced to trade Philadelphia 76 in November. In the business, sources told ESPN that Thibodho decided that his team will not work with a four-time all-star.
After opening Season 4-9 with Minnesota Butler, the trade has gone 15-12.
In the end, Timberwolls is playing in short-handed, with the top two bowlers, Robert Covington (right knee bone injury) and Derrick Rose (right ankle), are still out of injuries.
Hobbor was dismissed as a Bulls coach in December, who worked as a subsidiary GM for Minnesota before becoming the chief coach in Iowa State in 2010.
At the time, David Kane, the then chairman of Minnesota's basketball operations, said that Hobborg "is on track to become president of his NBA team and has the ability to connect with his skills and people."
Hobborg spent the last two seasons of his career as a career with Minnesota from 2003 to 2005.
46-year-old Hoberg, who is a coach in the URLA, was succeeded as a Thibdo Bulls coach in 2015.