The Minnesota Timberwolves announced that they have “parted ways” with the president of basketball operations, Kasem Roses.
Rosas, 43, was hired by the Timberwolves in 2019.
In the organization’s more than two years, Rosas helped Andrew Wiggins trade D’Angelo Russell, drafted Anthony Edwards and countless other organizational initiatives.
The owner of the Timberwolves, Gretel, announced that Sachin Gupta will “undertake the supervision of basketball operations while retaining the Timberwolves’ executive vice president of basketball operations.”
Timberwolves star Carl Anthony Towns (seems) responded to the news with a simple tweet.
Rumor has it that the Timberwolves are interested in the disgruntled 3-time All-Star Ben Simmons. According to reports, according to Adrian Wojnarowski, he will not report to the 76ers’ small training camp. ESPN.
At this point, it can be guessed that Rosas was fired because of his feelings in the Simmons deal-but in the end, this may eventually prove to be correct.