Why we need Love?
This season, the 25-year-old is averaging 26.5 points and 13.2 rebounds per game and a three time all star.
Given his west coast roots, the prevailing thought is if he does leave Minnesota Love, who was born in California and grew up in Oregon, would prefer to be closer to the Pacific Ocean. And wouldn't you know it, the Phoenix Suns -- who are set up nicely with a young roster and plenty of cap space -- are kind of close to the Pacific Ocean!
just take a business asual.Trade:
Just gave Kevin Love a Offer Sheet that he will sign for a reason.
Kevin Love is so FIT to the Suns, why?
1. He is a UCLA Player under Ben Howland
- He is a type of player that can play lock-down man on man defense that Howland teaches. The Suns has no DNA for defense.
2. Three Point Shooter
- Suns are willing to find a "Perimeter Snipers" that can also shoot like Channing Frye.
3. Tenacious Rebounder
- Suns is 13th in Rebounds so Kevin Love is one of the MAIN GUY to grab some rebounds and fight in the paint with Alex Len and PlumDog.
4. Paint/Rim Protector
- With Miles Plumlee in the paint, Love and Plumlee will improve the Defensive Efficiency in the Paint and Improving Alex Len will also help with that category.
5. Can Start a Fastbreak
-Simple, Love will Rebound and Dragic, Bledsoe, Green is running and pass the ball just like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSn5J8tT9-Q
6. Former Teammate of Russel Westbrook
- He can RUN w/ Dragic, Bledsoe, and other players of the Suns and can be a Break Starter.
7. This is it.
Phoenix desperately needs a power forward who can bang around in the post and while the Minnesota big man's primary skill involves him stepping out to the perimeter and knocking down jumpers, he's both a competent player with his back to the basket and a tremendous asset on the glass.
Bad thing can happen also in this deal, if Kevin Love traded to the Suns giving big assets and Love wanted to the Lakers or New York things could be happen so that they need to talk about it seriously just like what happen in L.A. after Dwight Howard dumped the Los Angeles Lakers.