This was on 1500ESPN.com. It should make some of the advanced analytics guys happy. He was at Houston which is regularly cited as a team on the forefront of statistical analysis.
One of the few pieces of news to come out of Target Center during the lockout was the mutual agreement to part ways with assistant general manager Tony Ronzone in September after 16 months.
Ronzone was seen as a highly-touted international scout and was Kahn's right-hand man for the 2010 and 2011 drafts.
Kahn said the front office is thinner without Ronzone but that's by design. One aspect Kahn said they "added some muscle" to in their scouting department was statistical analysis.
Kahn said he believes they have always been on-par with the rest of the league in analyzing statistics but believes the changes will "put us a little ahead of the curve."
The man in charge of that department will be Adelman's son, R.J. Adelman, who has worked...