Chuck Hayes has heart

In fact the 6-foot-6 foward's heart is "too big." Well, it's big anyway. Doctors say it is large but healthy and have cleared the former Sacramento King days after he was released due to a heart irregularity. The Wolves are rumored to be interested in grabbing Hayes' services, which would reunite the player with his former coach, Rick Adelman, who he played for in Houston.
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In fact the 6-foot-6 foward's heart is "too big." Well, it's big anyway. Doctors say it is large but healthy and have cleared the former Sacramento King days after he was released due to a heart irregularity. The Wolves are rumored to be interested in grabbing Hayes' services, which would reunite the player with his former coach, Rick Adelman, who he played for in Houston.

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