MINNEAPOLIS -- Before his Minnesota Timberwolves lost 99-96 to the Utah Jazz on Tuesday night, Kevin McHale plopped into a folding chair to field questions.
McHale -- the longtime Timberwolves front-office boss, who was preparing to work the sideline for the first time since the team fired Randy Wittman on Monday -- initially fielded a few mundane but obligatory lineup questions.
Then he was asked about the incongruent reality of it all.
Because there he was, ...
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