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End Is Near for T-Wolves' Rambis

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The great Kurt Rambis experiment will reach its logical conclusion fairly soon. And Kurt will go the way of the McLean burger, Sony Betamax and Clairol's Touch of Yogurt Shampoo.

There is a public perception that Glen Taylor, David Kahn and the rest of the Wolves' powers that be are hanging upside down in a closet somewhere, most likely wrapped in cocoons. But now that the NBA Finals are over they should be emerging right about now, ready to rock and roll.

We know that Rambis and Kahn do have "the big meeting" scheduled. I'd expect the guillotine to come down then, but gently and accompanied by a series of accolades not heard in these parts since Kahn fired Kevin McHale. That's probably one of the reasons it's taken him so long. By nature,...

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