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NBA deal puts Mpls. back to business

Downtown Minneapolis businesses are scrambling to prepare for a consolidated NBA season. David Klarich of Hubert's Sports Bar and Grill at the Target Center says excitement surrounding the Timberwolves might mean an increase in clientele.
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Downtown Minneapolis businesses are scrambling to prepare for a consolidated NBA season. David Klarich of Hubert's Sports Bar and Grill at the Target Center says excitement surrounding the Timberwolves might mean an increase in clientele.

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