The Timberwolves fired team president Gersson Rosas just six days before training camp after uncovering he had an intimate relationship with another member of the organization.

It was a shocking scandal. Except to Karl-Anthony Towns.

“Just add it to the list,” the Minnesota star said. “It’s just the same thing every single time. It’s something that always leads to instability every single time.”

Just three years ago, this grade was headlined: “Timberwolves in turmoil.” After handling Jimmy Butler‘s trade request and getting past his adversarial relationship toward Towns, Minnesota isn’t facing such a crisis this time.

Rosas had not proven to be a quality lead executive, even if considering only his ability to build a quality team. The timing of his ouster, while odd, isn’t devastating. Though most front-office leaders get the season to show how their offseason moves pan out, Rosas was already on thin ice with new incoming owners Alex Rodriguez and Marc Lore. Interim replacement Sachin Gupta, let alone whomever the Timberwolves ultimately hire, could definitely be better at even just the basketball aspects of the job than Rosas.