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Was Love's face stomp of Scola intentional?

Kevin Love contends when he stepped on Luis Scola's face in Saturday night's Wolves-Rockets game, it was an accident. Take a look for yourself in a clip from Houston's viewpoint.
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Kevin Love contends when he stepped on Luis Scola's face in Saturday night's Wolves-Rockets game, it was an accident. Take a look for yourself in a clip from Houston's viewpoint.

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