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Shooter Now: Timberwolves likely to offer Kevin Love $60M, four year deal

Charley Walters of the Pioneer Press reports the Timberwolves will likely offer Kevin Love a four year, $60 million contract within eight days. Love will become a restricted free agent after the season unless he signs an extension with the Wolves before January 25.
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Charley Walters of the Pioneer Press reports the Timberwolves will likely offer Kevin Love a four year, $60 million contract within eight days. Love will become a restricted free agent after the season unless he signs an extension with the Wolves before January 25.

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