Flip Saunders will not coach the Wolves this season.
According to Jerry Zgoda of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Flip Saunders is unlikely to return to the sidelines as head coach this season.
The Wolves announced that Flip Saunders is hospitalized with complications from his cancer treatment and that he is taking a leave of absence.
Updating a previous item, the trade talk with the Wolves and Blazers is "dead," according to Rick Bonnell.
Updating a previous item, there is "nothing going on" with the Wolves making a trade, according to Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN.
The Blazers and Wolves are working on a "major deal," according to Charlotte Observer's Rick Bonnell.
Flip Saunders said that while Andre Miller, Kevin Garnett and Tayshaun Prince have experience, but their defensive mentality will be great for the young guys to see.
Flip Saunders has been diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma.
Flip Saunders broke his 18-month silence on Twitter by saying that he "loves" 3-pointers.
Flip Saunders wouldn't reveal who the Wolves will select with the No. 1 pick in the draft on Thursday.
Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor confirmed once again that Flip Saunders will be the head coach next season.
Timberwolves president Flip Saunders said he is still planning to serve as the team's head coach.
Timberwolves head coach and president Flip Saunders said that the team is not going to trade the No. 1 pick.
Wolves owner Glen Taylor feels that it's "90 percent" likely Flip Saunders will return as the team's head coach next season.