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Published October 29, 1996
T-Wolves' 20-year-old KEVIN GARNETT presented President Clinton with a souvenir Wolves jersey at the Target Center yesterday. Wolves Coach Flip Saunders: "Kevin said to me, 'How many kids get to meet the president?' (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 10/29)....Patriots Coach BILL PARCELLS, on a report in the EDELSTEIN REPORT, in which Fred Edelstein wrote Parcells will coach the Jets or Falcons next year: "You mean the Moron Report. That guy is a throw-it-at-the-wall guy and he throws it and sees if some of it sticks" (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/26)....MIKE LUPICA appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" to promote his new book "Mad As Hell: How Sports Got Away from the Fans and How We Get It Back." Lupica: "We've [fans] become the least important part of the equation. And we've always been taught to believe that we were a real important part of the equation" (ABC, 10/29).