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MINNESOTA'S GOTTA HAVE FAITH IN GLEN TAYLOR
Published October 28, 1994
Marv Wolfenson, who with Harvey Ratner is selling the Timberwolves to Glen Taylor, is not concerned that First Bank System's withdrawal of $4.5M will leave Taylor without sufficient money to close the deal. Wolfenson: "He wants to own it, the league wants him to own it, everybody wants him to own it, so why shouldn't he own it?" (Charley Walters, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 10/28).