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Kevin Love had himself a monster season during the 2013-2014 NBA season, and had the Minnesota Timberwolves managed so somehow sneak into the playoffs, he surely would’ve been a more viable candidate for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award than he actually was.  With per game averages of 26 points, 12.5 rebounds and 4.4 assists, Love more than made his case for a spot among the NBA’s elite, if not it’s Top 5.

So, now that LeBron James (Cavs), Carmelo Anthony (Knicks), Chris Bosh & Dwyane Wade (Heat), Lance Stephenson (Hornets) and Pau Gasol (Bulls) have all ended their game of musical chairs and chosen their 2014-2015 NBA homes, all eyes are on Kevin Love, whose decision has always been thought to have been one independent of the decisions of some of the aforementioned players, but dependent on whether or not Andrew Wiggins absolutely had to be a part of any trade package with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are trying to do what they couldn’t do during James’ first stint as a Cav: put a championship-worthy supporting cast around him.  With All-NBA players Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving anchoring the offense, Dan Gibson and company would have done just that.


However, it isn’t just a one-man race anymore.  Yesterday, reports began surfacing that The Chicago Bulls are just as prevalent in the Kevin Love race as the Cavs, and today, according to reports, they’ve officially made an offer for Love’s talents.  According to a report from Sheridan Hoops, the Bulls are offering Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott and Nikola Mirotic in exchange for Kevin Love.  That isn’t quite the offer of Andrew Wiggins, who could be a superstar NBA talent in a few short years, but it may be enough to tip the scale in Chicago’s favor.  We’ll see.