NBA Trade Rumors: Chicago Bulls To Take Risk In Getting Kevin Love

Cleveland Cavaliers walked off with pride and joy on their very first NBA championship but that’s not an assurance that their roster of superstars will remain intact. Whatever scenario would highly benefit every team will be significantly considered. Of course, the advantages should outmatch the disadvantages.

Power forward Kevin Love has disappointed his team and fans due to his poor performance in the last season and this has caused rumors to take him for a toss of trade.

A report suggests that the Cavaliers are aiming to strengthen their squad by acquiring Chicago Bulls’ power forward Taj Gibson to do some of the works that would retain their title along with point guard Kyrie Irving and small forward LeBron James. Gibson is expected to showcase his impressive defensive skills, thus, contributing major wins for the Cavs.

Great minds really think alike as Chicago Bulls are intent in courting Love for a blockbuster deal in exchange of their esteemed players according to Chatt Sports Net. Joining Gibson for the swap are small forward Tony Snell and power forward Nikola Mirotic.

Love is foreseen to get along with small forward Jimmy Butler, point guard Rajon Rondo and shooting guard Dwayne Wade. His crucial foundation in basketball will add might and success to Bulls. Furthermore, he will be able to redeem his uninspiring delivery in the recent championship. Bulls then will provide him the floor to prove himself better.

HoopsHype clarified though that the Cavs are not letting go of Love. Yes, he may have caused frustrations with his recent delivery but that is not a reason to allow him to be snatched by other groups. Also, it was reported that Cavs will keep their stars and will not consider anyone from their list to be removed. Not even LeBron.

Then, it’s time to dismiss weak speculations. But wait, Wade is rumored to join the Cavaliers. Isn’t he?

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