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VIDEO: Double-XL Kevin Love hyping steak nachos in Taco Bell commercial

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This makes us hungry, and wish we were taller.

Wolves forward Kevin Love has teamed up with Taco Bell in a commercial for the fast food giant's steak nachos, an ad where Love is seen throwing snowballs at children and making normal sized men look small.

You sir, are a mountain of a man.

This spot is just the most recent of Love's growing celebrity status, as he has recently appeared on multiple ESPN commercials, as well as endorsements for Pepsi Max. All can be found below.

We hope this celebrity doesn't go to Love's head, because the coast may be calling sooner than we'd like to believe.

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