This Mavs-Cavs trade would send Kevin Love to Dallas
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Luka Doncic is an NBA superstar after just two seasons in the league and a legitimate MVP candidate for the Dallas Mavericks this season. While Luka continues to play at a high level, the Mavericks have problems and are at the end of the “food chain” in the Western Conference.
This team has dealt with many injuries and player failures due to health and safety logs, but overall the lack of talent on this squad is very evident at the offensive end of the pitch this season. After the Mavs ranked 3rd in the league a season ago and were one of the better offensive teams in the league, they are currently 20th in the league and last in the league in three-point shooting.
With Kristaps Porzingis still working back to full strength on the pitch, the Mavericks have none other than Luka Doncic, who is comfortable holding the ball in his hand. As a result, Dallas really needs to take a big step near the NBA trading deadline if they are to live up to the hype and potentially reach the playoffs.
Kevin Love may not be as hot a name in the trading market and no longer highly regarded, but Kevin Love could still bring a lot of value to a team that wants to play playoffs like the Mavericks. He is a 37% career shooter out of three point range and could be the third goal option this team needs due to his great rebounder skills.
Given his contract size and the talent the Cavs have on their forecourt, they should be very willing to hear offers for Kevin Love. With that said, let’s take a look at a possible deal between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Dallas Mavericks that Kevin Love is involved in.