Vote or decertify: Wolves' Tolliver says union is split

Timberwolves players representative Anthony Tolliver says the rank and file is pretty much split when it comes to what to do next to end the NBA lockout. Commissioner David Stern has given the players until Wednesday to accept a 50-50 revenue split.
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Timberwolves players representative Anthony Tolliver says the rank and file is pretty much split when it comes to what to do next to end the NBA lockout. Commissioner David Stern has given the players until Wednesday to accept a 50-50 revenue split.

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