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Wolves lose heartbreaker to Heat, 103-101

Kevin Love, Derrick Williams and Ricky Rubio provided Minnesota with its own big three Friday night at Target Center, but it was Dwyane Wade's game-winning layup with 4-seconds left in the game that provided the Heat with a 103-101 victory.
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Kevin Love, Derrick Williams and Ricky Rubio provided Minnesota with its own big three Friday night at Target Center, but it was Dwyane Wade's game-winning layup with 4-seconds left in the game that provided the Heat with a 103-101 victory.

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