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Tolliver prepared for lengthy lockout

The NBA lockout has already lasted longer than anyone wanted it to, but Timberwolves' forward Anthony Tolliver is prepared for it to continue on even longer. Tolliver says players still need to keep themselves ready for when the season does begin.
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The NBA lockout has already lasted longer than anyone wanted it to, but Timberwolves' forward Anthony Tolliver is prepared for it to continue on even longer. Tolliver says players still need to keep themselves ready for when the season does begin.

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