Kahn voted 10th best NBA Executive

David Kahn finished 10th in NBA Executive of the Year voting on Wednesday. The Timberwolves' president of basketball operations received one second-place vote and one third-place vote. Indiana's Larry Bird was voted the winner.
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David Kahn finished 10th in NBA Executive of the Year voting on Wednesday. The Timberwolves' president of basketball operations received one second-place vote and one third-place vote. Indiana's Larry Bird was voted the winner.

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