SnP - Can you share any insight into the current thoughts of the Wolves front office on filling the massive, elephant-in-the-room, space-devouring hole at BOTH wing positions on this team?
82 games shows one view of the positional deficit. Based on PER, the Wolves are OK at PG and C, great at PF, and terrible at SG and SF (as one would expect).
Is the front office really on board with Kahn's ridiculous "Playoffs this season don't really matter" statement? And "We're not really looking at making any moves. Possibly at center." statement?
Is Kahn still in charge? If not, is the guy who is interested in making the moves necessary to push our favorite team forward?
I'm trying to be a bit patient, but I'm running out of self-discipline. I expect to be out-gunned when facing Kobe or Lebron. But Shumpert/Landry? Morrow? Basically any wing with a pulse?
I assume the people that work for the team see the same issues fans do, as plain as day, right?