Stack takes over as general manager of Timberwolves
Minneapolis, MN (Sports Network) – Vice president of basketball operations
Kevin McHale announced during a Friday afternoon press conference that Jim
Stack will take over as the new general manager of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Last season, Stack served as an advance scout with the New York Knicks. Prior
to that, he spent three campaigns as an assistant coach with the Indiana
Stack also enjoyed a 13-year stint with the Bulls as a scout, special
assistant to the vice president of basketball operations and assistant VP of
basketball operations. During his tenure in Chicago, the club captured six NBA
Stack was selected by the Houston Rockets in the sixth round of the 1983 NBA
Draft. He spent five years playing professionally with teams in Belgium,
Israel and France.