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Boom! Batum slugs Navarro in swimsuit area

Nicolas Batum, the Portland forward the Timberwolves tried to sign this summer, gets pretty punchy in London. In a loss to Spain in the Olympic quarterfinals, Batum slugs Carlos Navarro where it counts.
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Nicolas Batum, the Portland forward the Timberwolves tried to sign this summer, gets pretty punchy in London. In a loss to Spain in the Olympic quarterfinals, Batum slugs Carlos Navarro where it counts...

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