Northwest Notes: Love, Joerger, Wolves

Former NBA player Jalen Rose is preaching patience when it comes to the Wolves and Kevin Love, writes Andy Greder of the Pioneer Press.  “If you’re Minnesota, you have the asset, and between now and the trade deadline, teams are going to get more desperate,” Rose said. “But (don’t) allow it to turn into a Dwight Howard situation where he leaves and you don’t get anything.” More out of the Northwest Division..

  • Grizzlies owner Robert Pera never should have given the Wolves permission to talk to Dave Joerger if he was going to play hardball on compensation, opines Sam Amick of USA Today (on Twitter).
  • One source tells Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN (Twitter link) that the Wolves value a second-round draft pick at $2MM.  That could explain why they were so reluctant to part with one in order to land Joerger.
  • Bill Ingram of Basketball Insiders wonders if it’s time for the Thunder to trade guard Russell Westbrook.  The dynamic athlete has been the primary fingerpointing target for OKC’s struggles due to his poor shot selection.  When the Thunder were without Westbrook this season because of his knee injury, Reggie Jackson guided them to a 19-6 record.

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