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Video: Timbertrolls in 'Growing Pains'

The "Minnesota Timbertrolls" are at it again. First, they set Wolves highlights to the "Family Matters" TV theme song. This time, "Growing Pains" is your musical backdrop.
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The "Minnesota Timbertrolls" have struck again. The YouTube creators have released their second video set to T-Wolves footage. The first time out, game highlights were set to the theme of TV's "Family Matters." This time, the theme from "Growing Pains" is your musical backdrop. Check it out:

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