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Christian Laettner has a new job

There's no time like NCAA tournament time to find a story about Christian Laettner. The former first round pick of the Timberwolves is best known for hitting a buzzer beater to send Duke to the Final Four. Now he's making a name for himself as an assistant coach in the NBA Developmental League.
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There's no time like NCAA tournament time to find a story about Christian Laettner. The former first round pick of the Timberwolves is best known for hitting a buzzer beater to send Duke to the Final Four. Now he's making a name for himself as an assistant coach in the NBA Developmental League.

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