Oh, and Cameron Payne is here.
The forward injured his left foot just four games into the year and underwent surgery that has kept him out since.
Entering the season, Love was looked to be greatly relied on after LeBron James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers in the summer of 2018. After LeBron James left the team to join the Los Angeles Lakers past year, the Cavs plan to once again rebuild through the draft.
The Cavaliers have struggled without Love. Now, two other teams have shown interest in Love, according to Amico Hoops.
Even with the injury problems he's had throughout his time in Cleveland and how much blame he's shouldered, and with how bad the Cavs have been this season, Love wants to stick around for the long haul (again, per Fedor).
Cleveland does not have another player with the inside-out offensive scoring repertoire Love has, and his 11.3 rebounds per game (for his career, per Basketball Reference) is no small thing, either. "They're thinking about the future". But a deal may not happen before deadline.
Love said there's still no timetable for his return.
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"But I think I'll get more of an idea of that over the next couple weeks and then from there, there will be even more progression and get out on the court". "It's really tough for me to say because I don't know how my foot is going to respond. I don't know when I'll be able to go one on one, two on two, three on three, but I think that's all part of the next few weeks I'd say".
"I've wanted to be here, and I've said this too, it's a business", Love said. "Would just love to get through a whole season healthy just because I've had nagging things that have taken time and been a little bit unlucky, but I would like to play ball here".
"I would love to be here", Love told Chris Fedor of cleveland.com after Monday's practice session. They have lost nine consecutive games and will carry an 8-32 record into their matchup with the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday.
But if either Charlotte or Dallas acquires Love, their chances of making the playoffs will improve significantly, assuming of course, that the big man is healthy enough to play.
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