Kevin Love His tenure in Cleveland was complicated.
He was part of the legendary team that won the 2016 NBA Finals, but trade rumors have been circulating in his name ever since he came from Minnesota. Besides, he requested a move during his 2019-20 season, which included a visible outburst of frustration on the bench.
That aside, it’s great to see Love finish his career in Cleveland because of what he’s done for the city on and off the court. It may be more reality than fantasy.
Jason Lloyd of The Athletic reported that the Cavaliers’ organization and Love have preliminary interest in extending Love, which would see him end his career as a cab.
Due to Cleveland’s salary cap situation, this includes a pay cut, which is clearly a possibility for Love.
Even if he doesn’t decide to end his career in Cleveland, it’s almost certain that K-Love will get his number ‘0’ in the rafters. If he retires as a cavalier, a ceremony can be scheduled.
Let’s take a look at the mark Love left on the Cavaliers’ all-time record.
- Points Score – 9th Place
- Field Goal – 9th Place
- Three Point Success – 2nd Place
- Defensive Rebounds – 3rd Place
- Total Rebounds – 4th
Witnessing love wearing a Cavaliers jersey to play their last game in the NBA is an incredible career culmination. He just embraces the city of Cleveland on and off the court, and that’s something to be admired.
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