Kevin Love and Tyronn Lue Need Each Other to Thrive

January 29th, 2016 by Greg Swartz Leave a reply »

In one of David Blatt's final press conferences as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, he mentioned how his team needed to do a better job of helping to get Kevin Love more involved. That inability to mesh Love's fantastic abilities into the offensive game plan on a consistent basis had always been one of Blatt's biggest faults.

Little did he know that help would come in the form of his replacement.

New coach Tyronn Lue now has the opportunity to change this. He's been vocal about getting his star power forward more touches in the spots he's most comfortable, knowing full well that a productive Love can carry a team's offense.

With so much instability surrounding the Cavaliers, and as much as Lue can assist Love with his evolution among the Cavs' Big Three, this isn't just a one-way relationship.


Focal Point No More We were supposed to see a revived Love this season, one who would soon become a much bigger piece to the Cavs' offensive puzzle. For a while, he was.

Over his first 24 games, he was putting up 17.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists and connectin ...

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