Thibs has obviously worn out his welcome in Minnesota and even though moving on from Jimmy has helped immensely, there's no pretending that he didn't take Butler's side every chance he got creating a splinter between the front office and Wiggins/Towns. Fred Hoiberg just became available and he certainly has the ties to the Minnesota organization as both player and executive. He's shown at Iowa State that he can coach at a high level and can really bring out the best in younger players while developing. Chicago never gave him a fair shake with the head scratching roster moves and expectations considering the talent provided to him. I think with his fast paced free wheeling offense and personality that is polar opposite to the beat down these kids have been getting from Coach Thibadeu, he could be the piece needed to take this team to the next level. Anybody else have any thoughts on it?