Beaten last night by the revitalized Kings with the arrival of Domantas Sabonis, the Timberwolves failed to win their sixth straight game (which would be the club’s first since 2004).
However, with the crunch time of the “trade deadline” approaching (3 p.m. in the US, 9 p.m. in France), the team’s decision-makers and players and staff were calm.
There’s a reason for that: for the first time since the 2017/18 season, the year they last qualified for the playoffs, the Minneapolis club was able to meet the “deadline”. Therefore, there is no reason to disrupt the balance established since the start of the season. Chris Finch’s team has done a great job.
” We are very, very happy with our players right now, not just with their performance on the pitch, but with the overall spirit of the team.something is powerful Thanks Wolves coach. ” We focus on those people, and we don’t necessarily have to make any major changes. »
According to the club’s interim general manager Sachin Gupta, Wolves will be on their way after Gersson Rosas is ousted in September. ” I would say we are long term buyers. he explained.
It’s a fairly logical position: still acting for this position, decision makers don’t want to risk sacrificing future “assets” just to improve the team at the end of the season. Wolves, few need to stress, have a model that will work on the pitch in this campaign, and we must now successfully replicate it in the future without wasting any ammo.
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