Cavaliers intend to keep Love next season

Cavaliers intend to keep Love next season

Cavaliers intend to keep Love next season

Considering the fact that Love has been involved in a number of trade rumors ever since he ended up in Cleveland and was offered in a deal for Paul George last June, his future in Cleveland is seemingly uncertain, especially if LeBron James decides to decline his player option and sign elsewhere in free agency. "He's trying to recruit LeBron James to Houston, and somebody close to him said to me he is as focused on recruiting LeBron as anything he's done in this league".

Kevin Love is still one of the best big men in the league, probably underrated because he is in the shadow of LeBron James, and Lakers could send a very good trade package for him.

LeBron James won't be picking any players during Thursday's National Basketball Association draft. A team like the Rockets with a James Harden could be one, but until James makes a decision, it's all speculation for now.

Assuming you read the disclaimer and are still here, I would assume you want to hear why Houston can be a good fit for LeBron James.

While many seem to think that's the case, it looks as though for what could be the first time in the last four years, you can take Love's name out of your Trade Machine trade. I knew that question would come.

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"I still want to be in championship mode", he said. "Always wanted to win here".

Love, who has two years left on his deal, with the second as a player option, averaged 17.6 points and 9.3 rebounds in 59 games this season, but saw his production drop in the postseason averaging 14.9 points and 10.2 rebounds. Will that player's rights be traded on Draft night?

"So, (it's) certainly not an easy position for Koby Altman and those guys to be in and I don't envy them". Cleveland has the eighth overall pick, and it's a decision the team will have to make without knowing LeBron James' next move.

LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal were teammates for a brief period of time.

According to Sports Illustrated's Jeremy Woo, the Hawks have made Dennis Schroder available in trade talks, but he could be hard to move because of his contract, as he has $46 million left on his current deal. Then again, ahead of Thursday night's draft, it is #SmokeScreenSZN. But if I was him, I wouldn't be trying to get four, five and six because it ain't going to matter.

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