God, I hope so. It would be so sweet. The thought makes me want to go start a franchise on 2K13 and make it happen.
PS - Can we get Rubio too??
"Itís always struck me as a most unfortunate irony that someone who embodies teamwork and doing whatever it takes to win would elicit outbursts that make it seem as if the game is all about one player." - Jason Friedman
I don't understand why people think Minnesota would be in such a hurry to trade away Love. He's under contract until 2014/2015 season, and they have some other nice younger players on that team and a VERY good coach.
how can he be a FA target when he's not a free agent for 3 years?? Morey will not sit pat and wait for half of Harden's contract to be over to sign someone else. Which means if you want Love you are going to have to trade, but why would Minny trade him?? they have shown they are a playoff team with Love and Rubio, why break that up when you have them both under team control for at least 3 more years?? Love is untouchable until at the earliest 2015
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If your thumbnail has a member joined date of July 2012, im just going to ignore your post/threads completely.
If i may add, based on our history in trying to sign FA's.. not good. So i say our chances of acquiring Kevin Love via trade in the future is better than Dwight or CP3 leaving LA for Houston. James Harden is a living proof.
Im sure Morey would love to have a guy like Love. I would want to have Love also. He's a legit star, he can score big time and is the best rebounder in the NBA. Trading for him would really cripple the team because the Wolves will demand a lot for Love. I think if they would go after him through FA, they would have a much better chance because having a guy like James Harden helps. I think if the Wolves aren't successful this year. Love will want to leave Minny.
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