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Tolliver say NBA's proposed deal better, but not good enough

Timberwolves player representative Anthony Tolliver is being urged by fans via twitter to take the league's latest deal. But Tolliver remains hesitant, saying "It's easy to tell someone else to take a bad deal if it doesn't affect you."
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Timberwolves player representative Anthony Tolliver is being urged by fans via twitter to take the league's latest deal. But Tolliver remains hesitant, saying "It's easy to tell someone else to take a bad deal if it doesn't affect you."

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