The Wolves are down to the final two names to interview for their head-coaching job. And, yes, Sam Mitchell is one of them. Larry Brown, of course, is the other. Many Wolves fans have wondered why the man who won Coach of the Year with Toronto and who played two different stints with the Timberwolves, first when he was an original Wolf and then when he was brought back in 1995 to help mentor a rookie named Kevin Garnett. Mitchell is expected to interview Friday or Saturday, Brown next week. From Jerry Z Not real enthused about either choice. Mitchell I think would have serious...mmm...personality clashes, let's say. And Brown has a serious dislike for young players and fast paces, which is the opposite of everything Kahn claims he's looking for in a coach.