Wolves' Tolliver: "Not a great deal, but good enough to play."

Minnesota forward and team spokesman Anthony Tolliver took to Twitter along with many others in the NBA to comment on the new labor agreement struck between NBA ownership and players.
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Minnesota forward and team spokesman Anthony Tolliver took to Twitter along with many others in the NBA to comment on the new labor agreement struck between NBA ownership and players.

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