So far, Kevin Love's stats among the best

It might be a bit early for "MVP" chants at Target Center for Kevin Love, but Fox Sports North's Joan Niesen says if you look at the numbers -- the Wolves' star is in rare company.
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It might be a bit early for "MVP" chants at Target Center for Kevin Love, but Fox Sports North's Joan Niesen says if you look at the numbers -- the Wolves' star is in rare company.

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Wolves record hurting Love's MVP chances

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Love is in the MVP conversation

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