Originally written on TWolves Blog  |  Last updated 11/14/14
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No sense telling you all what you already know, namely, that we suck without Kevin Love. (Good job on that roster construction, Kahn!)  

We're currently down 20 at half-time vs. the Nuggets, and like the last dozen games and the reminder of the season... this one is over.


Per Rotoworld:

 

Kevin Love has been diagnosed with both a minor concussion as well as a neck strain, and he will stay at a Denver-area hospital overnight for precautionary reasons.
The Timberwolves have two games left this week, and Love's status is in serious doubt for both of those games. The team has yet to release a timetable for his potential return, but once they do we will let you know. Stay tuned.
 

Kevin Love will not return to Wednesday night's game after taking an elbow to the head while attempting to take a charge.
Love received the elbow from JaVale McGee, and was down for quite a while before being helped to the locker room. It sounds as though he may have suffered a concussion, but there has been no official word yet.


Kevin Love had to be helped off the court after taking an elbow to the head from JaVale McGee while attempting to take a charge on Wednesday night.
Love's teammates immediately called for assistance and he stayed on the ground for a few moments before being helped off. We will update you as soon as we know more.


Who knows yet if he sustained a concussion, or how long he'll be out. There has not been any other official word released as of now. All we know is that he won't be returning to this crapfest the game.  Let's just all hope it isn't a Sidney Crosby or Justin Morneau situation. 


So yeah... as usual:


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