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Love out with flu-like symptoms

Kevin Love is not playing in tonight's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. Sore ribs from last night's win over the Clippers isn't the reason he's out. Instead, the Wolves' star is dealing with flu-like symptoms.
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Kevin Love is not playing in tonight's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. Sore ribs from last night's win over the Clippers isn't the reason he's out. Instead, the Wolves' star is dealing with flu-like symptoms.

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