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Souhan rips Wolves' Taylor, Kahn

Jim Souhan rips Timberwolves' owner Glen Taylor for keeping general manager David Kahn employed. He writes that former GM Kevin McHale "deserved his dismissal, and he was twice the GM that Kahn is."
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Jim Souhan rips Timberwolves' owner Glen Taylor for keeping general manager David Kahn employed. He writes that former GM Kevin McHale "deserved his dismissal, and he was twice the GM that Kahn is."

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