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NBA Rumors: T-Wolves Discussing Kevin Love Trade Scenarios

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With the NBA Draft quickly approaching on June 26, all the talk has been about teams using their lottery picks to pursue Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star, Kevin Love.

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While the Timberwolves were not planning on trading Love, recent reports have surfaced that they are looking at trade scenarios as the All-Star will likely not sign an extension.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, a deal is unlikely for Minnesota until they hire a new coach after Rick Adelman’s retirement:

The Timberwolves are hoping the new coach will persuade Love to stay with a new vision and direction, but he still wants out according to Wojnarowski:

Even with a new coach, it appears Love still won’t sign a new extension with the franchise. Since arriving in Minnesota, the forward has gone through numerous coaches and has failed to make the playoffs in his career.

For the Lakers, the franchise is looking to rebound from their worst record since moving to Los Angeles. The team has been linked to Love throughout the season and will make a “monster push” for him using the seventh pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.
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  • comrade24

    aaaaaaaaaand here come the ridiculous sign and trade scenarios involving Love to the Lakers. Please post below

    • http://www.foxhilldesign.com Josh

      Sign and trade Wesley Johnson and a replica Minneapolis Lakers championship banner! I’m sure the city would love to have both back in town.

      • comrade24

        lol i like it

      • Tune

        Trade a hologram of prime Kobe and an old Lakers banner

    • wangkon936

      The 7th pick, Kendall Marshall, Robert Sacre and a Jordan rookie card. There. Done deal. Do it Mitch!

  • ChitoDog

    I’m sick and tired of talking about where the hell Kevin Love will go. At this point in time, I could give a rats ass where he goes. Just pick a team already and move on. This is getting old real fast.

  • TJ Hooker

    Pray we Trade Nash’s ass somehow. Hate that the FO gave him a 3 year deal.

    • Tune

      I understand why they did it, expecting him to be like Fisher or Allen, but sadly he just doesn’t have the body like they do. He was overpaid regardless though. We need him on the vet minimum if anything. I hope we can bring him back as a development coach for our PGs. Kmarsh could develop into a Nash style player.

      • lakers72

        sadly he seems fine when he plays soccer in the off season…

        • Tune

          I get 100% why he did it since it was the offseason and it was a chance of a lifetime, but it really looked bad to me.

    • DonVitoCorleone

      Nash can be traded back to Phoenix to finish his career there and we can add our pic # 7 for their pics # 14 and # 27.
      With # 14 we can draft PF Dario Saric, PG Elfrid Payton or anyone from the small forwards – T.J.Warren and Dough McDermott, whoever is available.
      With pic # 27 we can choose SF Glen Robinson III, PG Shabazz Napier or PF Clint Capela from Switzerland, who is an outstanding rebounder and shot-blocking specialist like Serge Ibaka from OKC.

  • Popovich

    Get Love and sign Marcus smart
    that should be the best offer for now

  • wangkon936

    UCLA and the beautiful city of Westwood spoils you. Talk to any UCLA alumni. Quality of city and weather is important to them. Some even go on to grad school at UCLA again for the sun and fun of Westwood. Kevin Love misses LA and Westwood. He doesn’t want to spend 2/3′s of a year (including the winters) in Minneapolis anymore. No new coach is going to change that.

  • AK

    Love needs to stay put another season so he can sign with the lakers next year when his contract is up, its really a gamble trading for him right now kinda like what happaned with dwight howard. Lets say he ends up in boston and they have the same record as he had in minni , Love is just gonna book and the celtics are gonna feel dumb. Everyone knows he wants to ultimately be in Cali so he should just stay put another year, cause the lakers have no peaces to trade.


    Who are we kidding we are not going to do anything until kobe contract goes away and I don’t want to hear him crying about lack of talent on the team he can restructure his contract if he wants better players around him ( I know he deserves the money but the new nba rules suck and dumb jim buss blew it again) LAKERS4LIFE

  • Gerard de Pique

    Kevin Love seems to like the media attention more than Dwight Howard. I don’t understand why we have to comment on him? It is going to be the biggest mistake of all for our FO, if they make a trade for him. If Kevin wants to play for the Lakers, all he needs to do is to not sign any extension with anyone.Play out the next season and then opt out in 2015 and sign with the Lakers.If, for some reason(s) he changes his mind and sign with another team, then it won’t be a big deal. LaMarcus Aldridge is going to replace him in our front-court.They both are very similar players, and don’t like to play D. Pure scorers and rebounders.

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