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Kevin Love stakes claim to title of NBA’s top power forward

MINNEAPOLIS — A most improved player award, a rebounding title, two All-Star appearances. Because he can’t jump over a car like Blake Griffin, doesn’t play in the media capital of the world like Amare Stoudemire, didn’t join Dwyane Wade and LeBron James in Miami like Chris Bosh and doesn’t have the prototype body like LaMarcus Aldridge, the recognition has been a little slower to come for Love. "His ability to shoot the ball has changed up his whole game," Clippers point guard Chris Paul said. "You’ve got guards who attack in transition, he stops at the line. He’s got a great combination inside-outside."

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