The Minnesota Timberwolves erased a 13-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter.
“I’m committed to this team, committed long term to the end goal and that’s to win championships,” Kevin Love says.
The Bulls will play eight preseason games, including four at the United Center.
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.
“If we feel there’s opportunity, we’ll always explore it,” Bulls GM Gar Forman says.
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.
Will Golden State include Klay Thompson in a deal? That’s the big question.
This is the beginning is something — which the Bulls hope is a big something.
Through back channels, the Bulls need to let LeBron know they’ll move mountains to acquire him.
Chicago’s pursuit of Kevin Love remains serious as well.
Minnesota is listening to all offers for star forward Kevin Love.
Minnesota couldn’t find a coach it liked, so Saunders is heading from the front office to the sideline.
Vinny Del Negro coached for two seasons in Chicago and three in Los Angeles previously.
Robert Pera sounds like a micro-manager.
Still, Glen Taylor also adds, “I should never say never.”
Aside from merely wanting the Blackhawks to keep the spring party going, it’s nice to have some other layers of interest to make for a richer viewing experience. And with the Minnesota Wild, we get nothing.
Kevin Love scored 31 points to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves over the Chicago Bulls 95-86 Monday night.