Rather than write about Love again, I’m just reblogging this one from back in July. It looked back on what I’ll remember most about Love’s time in Minnesota. It’ll be fun to see him play again, tonight.
I suppose one of these posts should be about Kevin Love.
He is the centerpiece of the Wiggins trade after all; at least in one direction. Love is also the second greatest player in Timberwolves franchise history and one of the ten — maybe 4 or 5, depending on who you ask — best in the league, right now.
But I don’t feel like writing about how great, or not, that I think Kevin Love is at basketball. Too many people (including me) have spent thousands upon thousands of words doing that for the past six years. He is, as Bill Simmons pointed out in his lengthy Friday column, an unusually polarizing player. At this point in his career, Love is probably most closely identified with disagreement.
Along with that polarizing nature and in some cases in cause of it, here are a few things that I will remember…
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