The Timberwolves coach is staying. It is claimed that Finch’s extension is for three years, with an option for a fourth.
Finch guided the Wolves to a 46-36 record, the seventh-best Western Conference record, which gave them an edge to get into the playoff.
Minnesota also led the NBA in points per game (115.9) for the first time in club history and paced the league in made three-pointers (1,211).
The team also showed improvement defensively this season, leading the company in opponent turnovers per game (16.3) and points off opponent turnovers (19.8), and ranking tied for third in both blocks (5.6 per game) and steals (8.8 per game).
“I am thankful to Glen, Becky, and the entire ownership group for their ongoing support and commitment,” Finch said. “It’s been a season that all of us, including our fans, can be proud of, and I’m grateful that my staff will continue to lead us forward.”
“Chris has done a tremendous job creating stability and consistency for this franchise and building a winning mentality,” the Timberwolves’ ownership group said.
” We look forward to supporting him throughout the years while he continues achieving the goals he and his staff have set out for the team.” the Coach said.