Does Kevin Love Make the Minnesota T-Wolves Competitive Again?

December 6th, 2009 by Ethan McVansen Leave a reply »
It seems to be the case in the first few games he came back. But it can go even further than just the fact that a star is back.

The Wolves were a shorthanded scoring team. Love can shoot. He proved that last season, and is proving it again after his injury, knocking down a three-pointer against the Jazz. We need his scoring ability down low.

Which brings me to the post.

The Wolves have currently been playing Al Jefferson, Ryan Hollins, Nathan Jawai, and Ryan Gomes in the post. Why would they do that?

Well the Wolves didn't really have a choice. The Ryans were the only ones with the post ability, and Jawai and Jefferson were just big bodies. The truth is, none of them play very well together.

Al and Ryan would make a good team, with a large bodied strong Jefferson, and the high jumping, athletic Hollins, but the truth is, Ryan Hollins isn't a starter.

Kevin Love is a starter.

And even when he's not, how much rather would you have Kevin Love coming off the bench than Nathan Jawai? Ramon Sessions and Kevin Love are making a pretty good team, and could possibly start together one day, despite Flynn ...

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