Vegas has T-Wolves at 200-1 to win NBA title

Despite a new coach, the No. 2 draft choice and a Spanish sensation -- the Timberwolves still get no respect from the gambling world. Las Vegas oddsmakers have Minnesota as the longest of long-shots to become champions in the lockout-shortened season.
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Despite a new coach, the No. 2 draft choice and a Spanish sensation -- the Timberwolves still get no respect from the gambling world. Las Vegas oddsmakers have Minnesota as the longest of long-shots to become champions in the lockout-shortened season.

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