Wolves' Kevin Love believes he is the best power forward in the NBA

Kevin Love told a local radio station that he believes he is the best power forward in the NBA today. The Timberwolves' forward is fifth in the NBA in scoring, and No. 1 in rebounding.
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Kevin Love told a local radio station that he believes he is the best power forward in the NBA today. The Timberwolves' forward is fifth in the NBA in scoring, and No. 1 in rebounding.

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