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Report: NBA lockout to wipe out two more weeks

Look for the NBA to cancel two more weeks of the regular season today. That means every game through November 28 will be scrapped. For the Wolves, that’s another four games deleted from the home schedule, against Milwaukee, San Antonio, Golden State and Houston.
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Look for the NBA to cancel two more weeks of the regular season today. That means every game through November 28 will be scrapped. For the Wolves, that’s another four games deleted from the home schedule, against Milwaukee, San Antonio, Golden State and Houston.

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