MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Kurt Rambis still doesn't know whether he'll be back as coach of the Minnnesota Timberwolves and is frustrated by being kept in limbo.
Rambis talked to the media Friday for the first time since the Timberwolves ended the season with the league's worst record.
Rambis says he has had only short conversations with team president David Kahn since the season ended.
He admitted being frustrated by the situation, saying "this isn't how I would handle it."
Kahn was not present at the Timberwolves workout, and assistant general manager Tony Ronzone said he could not immediately comment on Rambis' remarks.