VIDEO: Wolves Kevin Love is the best outlet passer in the game
Watching Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love throw outlet passes is like watching David Blaine complete a trick.
There are quarterbacks in the NFL that can't make this throw. But that doesn't stop Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love from throwing the two-handed chest pass from roughly 75 feet away. He and Corey Brewer hooked up perfectly on the outlet pass that ended up being a four-point play.
Brewer's basket didn't count but he received a clear path foul on the play. He knocked down both free throws and when they got the possession, Love was fouled and knocked down both free throws.
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