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Love has 'faith' in 2012-13 Wolves

Timberwolves All-Star forward Kevin Love says, "It was a tremendous summer for me, and a tremendous summer for our team." Minnesota added a bevy of players, including Brandon Roy, Andrei Kirilenko and Greg Steimsma.
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