As for the Kevin Love situation, at least as of Tuesday the Wolves expected him to play for them next season rather than trade him. If the all-star power forward isn’t traded, though, he can opt out of his contract after next season. A report elsewhere that Sacramento has made an offer for Love isn’t accurate.
Neither is it accurate that prospective coaches aren’t interested in the Wolves job because of the uncertainty of Love’s status.
If the Wolves were to lose Love to free agency, they will have plenty of cash to sign other players. If they trade him, they will have assets.
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