The Cavaliers will be down two starters for the first two games of the conference semifinals.
Love dislocated his left shoulder in Sunday’s win at Boston.
Cleveland could be missing J.R. Smith for a game or two to suspension.
Cleveland is 19-20 and showing us the danger of counting on talent as opposed to cohesiveness.
Cleveland is struggling in a 5-7 start.
Tonight’s Bulls-Cavs game involves a ton talent, but it will not be indicative of either team’s season.
Derrick Rose sparkled with 30 points, but it wasn’t enough.
“I’m committed to this team, committed long term to the end goal and that’s to win championships,” Kevin Love says.
Minnesota will also keep Anthony Bennett in the three-team trade.
You’ve seen the sardonic messages splashed all over social media. Everyone is calling LeBron James the best GM in the NBA, based largely on his ability to wrench Kevin Love from Minnesota, which instantly imbues the Cavaliers with three All-Stars.
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With Kevin Love headed to Cleveland, Bulls-Cavs could be a terrific rivalry.
The teams still have to wait until Aug. 23 to make the deal official.
Those around the NBA believe it’s inevitable that Kevin Love ends up in Cleveland.
The inclusion of Doug McDermott could change the dynamic.
Cleveland holds all the power so long as it’s willing to part with Andrew Wiggins.
Once a draft pick is signed, he can’t be traded for 30 days.
Since this has become LeBron’s summer of love we can turn this into a campy double-entendre, with the lights squarely on Kevin Love, who is supposedly LeBron’s 7-foot bridge to bringing the Larry O’Brien Trophy to Cleveland.
Sooner or later, you have to deal with trade rumors. For Andrew Wiggins, they came early.