Found January 20, 2012 on SLAM Online:
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The Minnesota Timberwolves are expected to offer a near-max deal to star forward Kevin Love, but if they lowball him, that would be unfortunate according to Love. From the Star Tribune: “Oklahoma City signed guard Russell Westbrook to a contract extension, the maximum five-year ‘designated player’ deal worth between $78 and $80 million. That should make the Kevin Love situation a little clearer. The Timberwolves are prepared to give their star forward a maximum salary, hoping to make it a four-year deal worth nearly $61 million so they could keep that ‘designated player’ — basically, only one per team is allowed — category available. The team was waiting to see what happened with Westbrook and with New Orleans star Eric Gordon. Love remained noncommittal about the process. ‘You have to talk to Glen [Taylor, Wolves owner] and that guy over there,’ Love said, pointing to Wolves President David Kahn, who has remained mum on the topic. The Wolves have until Jan. 25 to sign Love to an e...
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