Kevin Love: From beard to mustache

Kevin Love may not play again this season, but he's still finding ways to entertain fans. The Wolves forward recently shaved his beard for a more traditional look ... from the 1920s. His mustache might surpass Carl Pavano's 2010 mustache as the most popular in local sports history.
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Kevin Love may not play again this season, but he's still finding ways to entertain fans. The Wolves forward recently shaved his beard for a more traditional look ... from the 1920s. His mustache might surpass Carl Pavano's 2010 mustache as the most popular in local sports history.

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