Keys To the Wolf Den: Al Jefferson Will Be Traded for “Love”

March 18th, 2010 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
Yeah I said it before, Kevin Love will be an All-Star before it's all said and done.

At the mere age of 21 years old, he's averaging a 15 points and 11 rebounds in only 29 MPG.

Appearing fat, a little slow, not particularly strong, Kevin Love has the intangibles to be an all-star power forward, and one of the best rebounders to ever play the game.

Possessing a variety of incredible skills that separate him from typical big man, Kevin Love is litterally a Jigsaw in a world of etch-a-sketches.

Young players have tendencies to be immature, inconsistent, and insecure about their roles due to their youth, Kevin Love is no exception.

Kevin Love has been moved to the bench to help the Minnesota Timberwolves become a stronger basketball team overall, by providing balanced scoring and rebounding, as well as a decent effort on both ends of the floor.

Possessing the skills of a guard, yet the speed of a tank (slow), Kevin Love has the intangibles to play the small forward position, and prior to his drafting had stated on numerous occasions that it would take many years of weight and speed training to be able to do so, a ...

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