During pregame warmups, Rosas walked in and sat courtsi…

During pregame warmups, Rosas walked in and sat courtside, watching many of the players he drafted, traded for and signed. A number of players, including Beverley and Josh Okogie, and staff, including offensive coordinator Pablo Prigioni and player development coach Chris Hines, greeted Rosas warmly, sharing hugs and smiles. Others within the team were quietly dumbfounded at the boldness. The Timberwolves weren’t the only ones surprised to see Rosas. Several members of the Mavericks organization remarked about the irony of his decision to return to Target Center when the Wolves were facing the team that hired Rosas as GM in 2013 but parted ways with him after only three months because both sides quickly determined it was a bad fit.
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