Tony Ronzone out as Timberwolves assistant general manager
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The Minnesota Timberwolves' offseason shakeup isn't over.
Tony Ronzone is out as assistant general manager, a team spokesman confirmed.
"The parties have mutually agreed to part ways and we wish Tony good luck," the team said in a statement.
Well known within the international scouting community, Ronzone joined the Wolves in May 2010 after Fred Hoiberg left the team to become coach at Iowa State.
President of basketball operations David Kahn remains in the midst of his search for a new coach after firing Kurt Rambis after the season. Now Kahn must replace his right-hand man in the front office as well.