The televised introduction of Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas was intended to carry this message:
We know that you as fans came to dislike Tom Thibodeau; well, we didn't like him, either, and we've hired a really nice family man to replace bachelor Thibs as our basketball president, and after a thorough search of two or three days, he's going to sign off on hiring a really nice young man, Ryan Saunders, from our favorite basketball family to continue as coach, and we're going to take off from here as a collaborating, aligning, integrating, 360-degree viewing, interfacing basketball family.
And where is this going to lead? For sure, there is an early lesson to be taken for Rosas from the Thibodeau experience here:
If you wind up with the fifth pick in your first draft, don't take the senior from Providence who can't shoot (Kris Dunn), take the Kentucky freshman who can (Jamal Murray).