Central Notes: Love, Clarkson, Pacers, Brown

The Cavaliers continue to view Kevin Love as an important part of their rotation and are unlikely to make him available in trade talks this summer, according to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com. In addition to his on-court production, Cavs management likes having the five-time All-Star around as a veteran leader as the team continues to rebuild after losing LeBron James.

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10 thoughts on “Central Notes: Love, Clarkson, Pacers, Brown

  1. hoosierhysteria

    Pacers must give Holliday minutes. He’s a baller. Keep young…most consistent player on the roster…plays lock down D….rebounds…good for young guys. Myles turner shot selection must improve….stop chucking up 3’s….should not have given him that huge contract.

    • x%sure

      Turner shoots 39% from 3 and also has the best defensive numbers and second-best PER on the team. Wrong target for bashing.

  2. padreforlife

    Was Sterling Brown player parked in shopping center in Milwaukee and all on camera harassed?

        • knickscavsfan

          If he’s healthy, which is a concern, why wouldn’t a contending team want a stretch 4 who can rebound and shoot the 3? We live in an offensive minded game. His defense can me mitigated on a team with good defenders elsewhere.

    • specialfriedrice

      are you trying to say K Love is good for those teams? or any…Charlotte is probably your best bet they seem to love wasting money…

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