Love, Ridnour shut down for the season

With only two games left this season the Timberwolves are shutting down Kevin Love and Luke Ridnour. Head coach Rick Adelman says, "It's just best for both of them not to push it." Love suffered a concussion and strained neck earlier this month and Ridnour has battled an ankle injury over the last month as well.
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With only two games left this season the Timberwolves are shutting down Kevin Love and Luke Ridnour. Head coach Rick Adelman says, "It's just best for both of them not to push it." Love suffered a concussion and strained neck earlier this month and Ridnour has battled an ankle injury over the last month as well.

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