Timberwolves owner looking for successor

Glen Taylor told the Associated Press he's looking for a partner who could eventually take his place as the majority owner of the NBA team. The 71-year-old Taylor doesn't have a timetable and says that any successor needs to be committed to keeping the Wolves in Minnesota.
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Glen Taylor told the Associated Press he's looking for a partner who could eventually take his place as the majority owner of the NBA team. The 71-year-old Taylor doesn't have a timetable and says that any successor needs to be committed to keeping the Wolves in Minnesota.

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