NBA Commissioner David Stern was in town Wednesday night for the Wolves and San Antonio game, and will take part in a meeting tomorrow with city leaders to talk about updating the Target Center.
"When you think about the new scoreboards, the signage, the seats, the clubs, the restaurants, everything that takes the ambiance of the building and worries about its guests," said Stern. "That's a very important development for the league and I wanted to show my support for that."
In his nearly 30 minute session with the media, Stern talked about everything from the Sacramento Kings situation and their potential move to Seattle to HGH testing and the current revenue contract.
Stern talked about current Wolves owner Glen Taylor's search for a successor once he decides to sell the team.
"I would say I am pretty involved in the process," said Stern. "I have as with many other owners over the years have suggested that he should think about a plan for the orderly succession of the team."