Well, here is a Thanksgiving present for Timberwolves fans everywhere: The Wolves just confirmed that Kevin Love, who broke two bones in his right hand doing knuckle pushups at his home Oct. 17, would suit up and play tonight for the Wolves against the Nuggets at Target Center. There was definitely a buzz around the tunnel outside the Wolves locker room when the news started to break. Moments later Love, sweaty after doing his pre-game workout on the floor, was asked if it's true. "If it's in the media, it must be true," he said with a smile, never breaking stride. And, frankly, it's rather unbelievable, given the six- to eight-week timeframe the team put out when the injury – which didn't require surgery – occurred. Love returns just over four weeks after the injury, playing for the first time since last season, in which he averaged 26.0 points and 13.3 rebounds His teammates, of course, were elated. Andrei Kirilenko said he figured out Love would play during the pre-game walkthrough. "You feel great when your best player is back," Kirilenko said. "It's always needed. I'm kinda worried about him a little bit; it's a hard injury. But I'm sure he knows what he's doing."