1. San Antonio Spurs
Starting with the current NBA Champions, San Antonio Spurs.
Gregg Popovich's men recently demolished Miami Heat to win their fifth NBA title as it was a clinical display of basketball in a thrilling 4-1 series win.
San Antonio do have an aging squad and it seems Love would be a perfect fit to lead Spurs into the future.
However, Spurs currently have three outstanding centres in their ranks including five time NBA champion Tim Duncan.
The 38-year-old has recently been urged to sign a new deal considering his contract expires at the end of this season, and if the centre doesn't sign the new contract this could provide a move for Love.
Popovich also has Boris Diaw and Tiago Splitter in his team; Diaw showed exceptional class and improvisation in the series against Heat, while Splitter is a good impact player off the bench, but it would be a difficult choice for the Spurs head coach on who to choose.
It would be a good move for Love, it just depends on how much San Antonio want the 25-year-old, and if they are prepared to go for him.