In June 2009, the Minnesota Timberwolves finally rid themselves of the biggest pest of the franchise, Kevin McHale.
In doing so, the ballclub then picked up David Kahn from the Indiana Pacers, and from the moment he stepped foot into the Gopher State, he promised big things and a successful turnaround in the program.
Problem is, he hasn't done anything he's promised.
In fact, this past October he wrote a letter to the fans of the T'Wolves explaining this season and ultimately apologizing for their upcoming performance.
This disgusted many members of the Minneapolis media, and haters around the league danced to the tune of the Timberwolves continuing to be a joke among the league.
Well, at 17-54, I can't say that the team has made any strides and, as Kahn promised, we stink.
Amidst the problems is head coach Kurt Rambis. Something that would help Kahn's popularity would be if he fired Rambis, and I'll take a look at five reasons why this needs to happen.
With all that in mind, thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy!