Cleveland Cavaliers won't trade Kevin Love - GM David Griffin

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Change may be on the immediate horizon for the Cleveland Cavaliers given what went on with the franchise over the weekend, but don’t expect Kevin Love to be going anywhere. Cavs GM David Griffin endorsed the power forward yesterday, saying that it would take a lot to convince him that they would be a better team without a player like Love. That’s in spite of the fact that Love’s numbers have dipped since Kyrie Irving’s return from injury - in any case, he’ll be looking to improve under Tyronn Lue. Elsewhere, Derrick Rose left the Bulls game against the Miami Heat yesterday with lower back problems and a right hamstring injury. Rose managed the first-half of the game but didn’t take to the field for the second - the Bulls lost that meeting 89-84. They’re now 25 for 9.


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