"Right now, I don't plan on doing anything, just taking some time off."
Adelman also dismissed the notion that there's been mutual interest between himself and the Timberwolves with the head coaching vacancy.
“They had me interviewing a couple places that I never even went to,” he said. “It’s all part of it now. If you don’t have a job and you’ve coached in the league, the first thing that happens if a job opens up, they throw the same names out there."Adelman will likely return to the NBA at some point, though in the past after leaving or getting fired from one coaching job, he's taken a year off, before returning to head coaching duties (Portland, Golden State, Sacramento).
Adelman has been David Kahn's dream candidate and at this point in time, it looks like he can keep dreaming. It'll take a lot of schmoozing or a hefty paycheck to convince Adelman to take on the task of the Minnesota Timberwolves head coach.
The Timberwolves haven't interviewed anyone since Don Nelson over two weeks ago. They're still looking at interviewing former Charlotte Bobcats: Larry Brown. After Larry Brown is interviewed--this week, the TWolves have one or two other candidates to sit down with.
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