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Celtics Could Get Love In Rumored Anderson Deal

The Celtics’ desire to add Kevin Love could get a boost from the Cavaliers’ interest in Ryan Anderson, according to A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE. He hears from a source that Boston could wind up with Love as part of a three-team deal with Cleveland and New Orleans.

The potential deal is “very fragile,” but Love will wind up in Boston if it goes through, Blakely writes, adding that the Celtics have been trying for weeks to convince the Cavaliers to give up Love, and that Boston has been pursuing a third team to make the trade work. Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge is determined to find a star and sees Love as his best opportunity in years, according to Blakely.

The possibility of a three-team deal was mentioned by Frank Isola of the New York Daily News when he tweeted about the Cavs’ interest in Anderson earlier today. Anderson averages 16.7 points and 5.9 rebounds per game, but the Pelicans are concerned that they won’t be able to re-sign him in free agency this summer. Anderson is making $8.5MM this season, while Love’s salary is $19.5MM, so several other players will have to be included to make the proposed deal possible.

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6 thoughts on “Celtics Could Get Love In Rumored Anderson Deal

  1. Bbone34

    Doubt it

  2. Munchie

    If the Cavs replace Kevin Love with Ryan Anderson, their GM won’t have a job come March.

  3. starlord

    I don’t get it. is Anderson better then love? does love fit on Celtics, they seem to like athletic guys who can guard pick and role.
    what nola get? what else does cle get?
    I’d imagine Zeller, rozier, hunter, lee, young all involved in some way.
    cavs better be getting t. young and Anderson for this to make sense

    • Brandon

      Young?

      • James Young

    • This trade makes no sense for the Cavs if all they get is Anderson. Unless the Cavs are looking to dump some salary, this is a bad trade for them. And is Anderson really an upgrade? I don’t think so, especially from a rebounding perspective.

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