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Love suspended two games for stomping on Scola

Kevin Love will sit out Tuesday night against the Kings and Wednesday night against the Grizzlies after the league suspended him for two games. NBA Vice President Stu Jackson made the announcement a day after Love stomped on the Rockets' Luis Scola after Scola fell to the ground.
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Kevin Love insists his stomping on Luis Scola's upper body was unintentional. Still, he'll have to sit out Tuesday night against the Kings and Wednesday night against the Grizzlies after the league suspended him for two games. ProBasketballTalk reports NBA Vice President Stu Jackson made the announcement a day after the incident.

Video of Kevin Love's infraction against Luis Scola

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