Love offers to buy fans tickets

Timberwolves forward Kevin Love is offering to buy fans a ticket to a game. He tweeted that if fans buy a ticket to Monday's game against Sacramento, he will buy them another ticket to Wednesday's game against Detroit. So far, the limit has been set at 500 tickets.
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Timberwolves forward Kevin Love is offering to buy fans a ticket to a game. He tweeted that if fans buy a ticket to Monday's game against Sacramento, he will buy them another ticket to Wednesday's game against Detroit. So far, the limit has been set at 500 tickets.

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