The Cavs might be the favorite, especially with the trade request from Kyrie Irving.
After reports Irving wants out of Cleveland emerged Friday afternoon, Love - who was also reportedly involved in trade talks earlier this summer - answered a question about how he's doing.
And now that he's finally established himself playing alongside LeBron James, Irving wants out.
Irving's agent, Jeff Wechsler, would not confirm or deny whether Irving asked for a trade.
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And just a few days ago, Irving told Sports Illustrated that he believed his team was "in a very peculiar place." Irving has been with the Cavaliers since being their No. 1 overall pick out of Duke in the 2011 NBA Draft. Irving considered asking for a trade after last year's title for the same reasons he now wants to leave. Previously, Houston and Cleveland were the only teams that Anthony was willing to waive his no-trade clause for. "We just have to, you know, make sure that all our pieces are aligned first, and then we go from there. We are respectfully going to keep those private".
Irving listed the Spurs, Wolves, Knicks and Heat as his preferred destinations.
The Timberwolves reportedly are one of the teams Irving would prefer to be traded to as he reportedly has grown exhausted of playing second fiddle to LeBron James. Added to the fact that both Porzingis and Irving are under 30 and have not hit the peaks of their careers, one could only imagine how well these two can mesh. James is always kept aware of the franchise's moves and sometimes will reach out to potential new players to discuss the team but hasn't wanted to be a leader in those decisions. The 25-year-old has overcome injury issues and blossomed into one of the league's elite point guards and biggest stars. Even though Irving led the Cavs in field goal attempts last season and still produced 25.2 points per game (not to mention 29.4 in this year's Finals against the Golden State Warriors), he seems to want more. So Irving's interest makes sense.