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Wolves on brink of financial ruin?

A Delaware-based investment blog lists the Minnesota Timberwolves as one of seven professional sports teams with the shakiest financial prospects. The report points out that the Wolves lost $7 million last year, and could lose more this year if the NBA season is wiped out by the lockout.
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A Delaware-based investment blog lists the Minnesota Timberwolves as one of seven professional sports teams with the shakiest financial prospects. The report points out that the Wolves lost $7 million last year, and could lose more this year if the NBA season is wiped out by the lockout.

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