Bernie Bickerstaff Next to Interview for Timberwolves’ Coaching Job

Terry Porter and Mike Woodson have presented their cases, and now, it’s Bernie Bickerstaff’s turn to do the same in Minny. From the Star Tribune: “Portland Trail Blazers assistant coach Bernie Bickerstaff is scheduled on Friday to become the third candidate to interview for the Timberwolves’ head coaching job. President of basketball operations David Kahn and owner Glen Taylor interviewed former Timberwolves guard Terry Porter on Monday and former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Woodson on Tuesday. They are expected to interview Don Nelson and perhaps one or two other candidates this weekend or early next week. Bickerstaff, 67, owns a .445 winning percentage (415-517) in 13 seasons as head coach with Seattle, Denver, Washington and Charlotte. He last was a head coach for the Bobcats in 2007, when his team went 33-49. He also has worked as an NBA general manager and team president.”