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Tolliver arranging workouts for Timberwolves

Timberwolves forward Anthony Tolliver is doing his best to keep the Timberwolves ready for the NBA season if the lockout ends. The big man is making arrangements for his teammates to practice together in Los Angeles next month.
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Timberwolves forward Anthony Tolliver is doing his best to keep the Timberwolves ready for the NBA season if the lockout ends. The big man is making arrangements for his teammates to practice together in Los Angeles next month.

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