Kevin Love, in spite of what LeBron James chooses regarding his future, aspires to continue going forward with the Cleveland Cavaliers. However, the trade rumors were shrugged off by the Center.
According to WKYC’s Matthew Florjancic, Love said, “People have been stating that for the last 4 Years. I recognized that question would arise, but I like to be here. I have always stated that. I wanted to win here always.” Furthermore, he also mentioned the best-case situation would be to stay with James if provided the chance.
Love added, “Clearly, I would love to play for my remaining career with LeBron, however, that will be a pick that he makes.” If his upcoming player alternative is declined by James and inks with another group in free agency, the Cavs might look to get going from Love.
Brian Windhorst of ESPN reported on plans of The Hoop Collective (h/t RealGM) if James leaves. He said, “They completely make Kevin Love accessible. I stake they would seek a first-round selection in that deal. He is on the last year of a trade, so they do not want to engage money.” Kevin is allocated for next season for $24 Million and has a player choice for 2019–20 worth around $25.5 Million.
Love was an All-Star for the 5th time this season in his career, averaging 9.3 rebounds and 17.6 points each game. Also, he was the only Cavs player other than James to average double digits during the postseason, enduring with 14.9 points each game.
In spite of his production, the future of Cleveland appears heavily attached to what ensues with James. If the 4-time MVP departs, the organization may have to start a remake, and that will begin with Love being traded.
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