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Timberwolves To Interview Monty Williams

CHARLOTTE - APRIL 23:  Forward Monty Williams #3 of the Orlando Magic shoots past forward George Lynch #9 of the Charlotte Hornets during game two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2002 NBA Playoffs at Charlotte Colesium in Charlotte, North Carolina on April 23, 2002.  The Magic won in overtime 111-103.   DIGITAL IMAGE NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Craig Jones/Getty Images)
Nam HuynhContributor IJuly 2, 2009

Nam Huynh is a writer for Minnesota Sports Zone. (http://www.mn-sz.com)

Trail Blazers assistant coach Monty Williams told the Oregonian today, that will interview for the Minnesota Timberwolves head coaching position, perhaps as early as this weekend.  It is confirmed that the Timberwolves have received permission to interview Williams.

“I’m flattered,” Williams said. “I’m someone who wants to be a part of a rebuilding process. But at the same time, I’m still a Blazer. So, there’s initial excitement, but in reality, nothing has changed. I’m looking forward to the process.”

Williams, 37, has been an assistant in Portland for the past four seasons after spending one year as an intern at San Antonio.  Williams had played 10 seasons in the NBA before knee problems forced him to retire in 2003.

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