Kahn expects Love to be "big part" of Wolves' franchise for a long time

Timberwolves' vice president David Kahn says re-signing forward Kevin Love is one of the team's top priorities. Love will become a free-agent at the end of the season. Kahn wouldn't discuss details of any contract discussions, but he expects Love to be a "big part" of the franchise for a long time.
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Timberwolves' vice president David Kahn says re-signing forward Kevin Love is one of the team's top priorities. Love will become a free-agent at the end of the season. Kahn wouldn't discuss details of any contract discussions, but he expects Love to be a "big part" of the franchise for a long time.

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