It's official. The Wolves have moved on by signing Ramon Sessions to a 4 year, $16 mil contract with last year a player option. That ought to last until Rubio gets bored with the competition in Europe.
Ramon is young (23) but a vet compared to draft pick Jonny Flynn who will also be fun to watch get playing time. Ramon is offense-oriented so MN will be the run-and-gun team Khan wants and should fit in with the other offense-minded players (or are they just not defensive-minded, I forget). Hopefully there will be some high scoring games at least even if their record doesn't improve much due to lack of defense. Credit must be given to Khan for setting the goal for 3 years from now and not trying to walk some "rebuilding while competing" line by signing Iverson.
The coaching staff is also totally revamped so the culture will definitely change... to something. With all 3 assistants saying they someday want head coaching jobs, it may be that the staff have more disagreements than the players.
Can Sessions handle the ball better than Sebastian Telfair? Can Al Jefferson keep up with the fast break? We'll find out if the darn season would ever start.
Too bad they don't have much for wings. Are they desperate enough to want Tony Allen? Oh wait, they already suffered through Rashad McCants so they've paid their dues.