Kahn promises eventful offseason

After contending previously that he likes this roster and it's in no need to "wholesale" changes, GM David Kahn said today that Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio are "cornerstones" of the franchise. Ater that, the team will be very aggressive in making summer moves to improve the roster.
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After contending previously that he likes this roster and it's in no need to "wholesale" changes, GM David Kahn said today that Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio are "cornerstones" of the franchise. Ater that, the team will be very aggressive in making summer moves to improve the roster.

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