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‘He Made You Feel': Timberwolves Reflect On Impact Of Kobe Bryant

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Kobe Bryant played long enough, and at a high-enough level, that just about every team felt his basketball wrath.
His Los Angeles Lakers eliminated the Minnesota Timberwolves twice in the playoffs - and he made an impression on the Wolves in the process.
“I know these guys, we try to be as business-as-usual, you know, because as competitors, and as a competitor, the competitor that Kobe was, you know, he, that's what he'd say, you know. You got to compete,” Wolves Head Coach Ryan Saunders said.
Monday, at their customary game day shoot-around, there was a predictable somber...
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