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Brandon Roy: 'I've had no setbacks'

Timberwolves guard Brandon Roy says his surgically repaired knees haven't had any setbacks and "there's nothing stopping me from getting back to my old game." He went on to say he welcomes any doubters because he plans on making an impact right away.
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