Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has been through a lot of winning when LeBron James was on the team. Now that he’s the only vet from that squad left standing, he looks to be worn down with how much losing has occurred.
On Monday night, Love was trending for lofting a careless inbound pass into play, which resulted in a three-pointer for the Toronto Raptors.
What is Kevin Love doing 😅 pic.twitter.com/WpZP4UZJHL
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 27, 2021
Apparently, Kevin Love has been frustrated with being a Cavalier for this long. In fact, he let his frustration out after a game last year, calling the fact that he hadn’t been traded yet a ‘mindfu*k’
“Following one of the games last season, another time when Love let his frustration show, he told cleveland.com it was a ‘mindf—‘ being in this arduous rebuild following four straight years of chasing titles Rebuilds aren’t easy,” wrote Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com via Cavaliers Nation. “Not everyone can handle them emotionally Young players take time to mature. Love doesn’t seem happy. Even [head coach J.B.] Bickerstaff, who is clearly on board with the plan, looks worn down.”
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You can’t blame Kevin Love for being frustrated with the situation he’s in as his career appears to be winding down. But you also have to take the whole thing into perspective. Love has been subject of trade rumors for the past couple of seasons, but he’s injury prone, and has a massive contract to boot.
No team would be smart to take on Kevin Love’s contract right now, and it doesn’t seem like the Cavs are willing to bite the bullet, and eat some of the Love money.
So for now it appears that Kevin Love is stuck in Cleveland, and he’s likely going to continue to be unhappy about it.