Wolves UpdatesGlen Taylor on Casey:
"I like Dwane. He does what he says he's going to do," Taylor said. "No matter how long these guys are assistant coaches, this head coach thing is something that's going to take a while, and probably a little longer than I hoped. Maybe I was hoping that Dwane could step right in. ... Just knowing me, I'll probably be patient."
The Pistons are not expected to seriously consider adding the 33-year-old Hoiberg to the roster until perhaps this summer.
Hoiberg recently spoke at an Iowa statehouse news conference in support of a bill that would give tax incentives for use of soybean-based biodiesel.
Banks didn't practice yesterday because of his sore toe but says he'll "be ready to go" for tonight's game.
Richie Frahm plays himself in a new movie called Love, Fear and Rabbits. There's not much info on the movie or Frahm's role but it's described as "a quirky romantic comedy that follows the interweaving story of a sports writer and a rap star."
J.R. Rider is going through some rough times: his mom is in a coma, he's fighting charges that he kidnapped his ex-girlfriend, and he showed up almost 90 minutes late to court yesterday.
The Wolves head to Seattle to face the Sonics tonight.