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Larry Brown Sports:
Are we looking at Kevin Love 2.0? The Timberwolves forward slimmed down over the summer and showed up for the season with a completely new look. Not only had he lost plenty of weight, but he also was sporting a beard. Well it looks Love is changing up his look. He tweeted the above picture on Thursday from a barber’s chair asking fans “What do you think of my new haircut?”
If by “new haircut,” he means “totally awesome mustache,” then the answer is I think it’s tremendous. Good luck, Love.
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A concussion may be keeping the T'Wolves superstar off the court, but it's not keeping him from trying out some new facial hair in the meantime.
MINNEAPOLIS Kevin Love returned to Timberwolves' practice on Saturday in what was yet another test to determine whether he'll be able to return to the court for the team's two final games.
After missing six games with a concussion, including the one in Denver in which he sustained the injury and exited in the first quarter, Love will likely be a gametime decision before...
MINNEAPOLIS Kevin Love will sit out again Tuesday night against Memphis after suffering a mild concussion last Wednesday in Denver.
Tuesday's game will be the fourth consecutive full game the power forward has missed, and in that time his team has gone 0-4, including the game in which he was injured in the first quarter. Against the Nuggets, Clippers, Thunder and Pacers in...
Clean-shaven Timberwolves star Kevin Love says he's feeling better after his concussion but is still unsure about playing in Minnesota's next game.
Love has missed the last five games since his head injury in a game at Denver on April 11. He said Saturday after taking part in a light practice with the team he's passed all of the required post-concussion tests. The Wolves...
There is not a lot to play for right now in Minnesota.
The Timberwolves have been eliminated from the Playoffs. Their lightning rod point guard has been shelved for the last month and a half of the season. The good vibes have worn down. And, making matters worse perhaps, their star player suffered a concussion late in the season.
With nothing to play for, it seems to make sense...
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Movember is still pretty far away, but that hasn’t stopped Minnesota Timberwolves big man Kevin Love from growing out his upper lip hair – Love teamamte Ricky Rubio tweeted, “To learn spanish u dont need to look like a Mexican u just need to study.” Kevin Love is an amazing player on and off the court. -TO
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Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love will take concussion tests on Wednesday and hopes to return to action before the season ends.Love has missed four consecutive games with a concussion and strained neck he suffered in a game against Denver on April 11.The 23-year-old hopes to suit up Sunday against Golden State.Love is averaging 26 points and 13.3 rebounds in 55 games this season.
MINNEAPOLIS It's been a week since the dazed stare that was the most jarring moment of the Timberwolves' season, since Kevin Love was escorted from the court in Denver with what turned out to be a mild concussion.
In that time, Love has been largely MIA and at least somewhat symptomatic. He stopped by the Target Center briefly on Tuesday night and told the Minneapolis Star...
Minnesota Timberwolves star center Kevin Love may be able to return to the court on Sunday against the Golden State Warriors, coach Rick Adelman said.
Love is recovering from a mild concussion and strained neck.
"If he wants to play and the doctors say it's OK, I'm happy to put him out there," Adelman told the St. Paul Pioneer Press. "The way the doctor explained...
Minnesota All-Star forward Kevin Love is out for the fourth straight game because of concussion symptoms.
Coach Rick Adelman confirmed Love's absence before the Timberwolves hosted Memphis on Tuesday night. Guard Luke Ridnour was also declared out for the eighth game in a row with a sprained right ankle.
Adelman said he'd like them to play again before the season is over...
The injury-riddled Minnesota Timberwolves haven't managed a win in April in three years.
They only have three more chances to end that stunning streak, but a meeting with the Detroit Pistons could be just what they need to do it.
The visiting Timberwolves look to end their 27-game losing streak in April by winning a fourth straight over what could be a tired Pistons team Thursday...