Love injured self while sleeping

Kevin Love missed Saturday's preseason game against the Bulls with an arm injury, but his injury wasn't a normal injury. He hurt himself sleeping. Apparently he slept with his arm dangling off the bed, and couldn't shoot a basketball the next day. He should be ready for Tuesday's preseason game.
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