Two Brothers With Cystic Fibrosis Got To Hang Out With Kevin Love

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Waterworths of St. Croix Falls, Wis., found out one of their sons has cystic fibrosis this past summer. Then they found out their other son also has the genetic, life-threatening illness.

A group called HopeKids and the Timberwolves Fastbreak Foundation helped the family score an all access night Wednesday with the Timberwolves, including a one-on-one meet-up with star Kevin Love.

The oldest Waterworth son is Carson; he’s 11. Anders is 6, and their sister, Ella, is in between. When the kids found out about their all access night, budding hoopster Anders thought it was a dream come true.

He just started playing basketball this year, his parents say.

“First practice he comes home and says ‘Basketball’s my life,’’ said his dad, Nathan.

And it’s because of what’s happening in his life that got his family to Wednesday’s game.

“I don’t want to believe that my kid is this…

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