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Wolves set preseason starting five

Big changes for the Wolves starting lineup as they get set for the preseason opener against Indiana Wednesday night. The starting guards will be J.J. Barea and Brandon Roy. Andrei Kirilenko and Kevin Love are the forwards and Nikola Pekovic will start at center.
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