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December 6, 2022

The Cavs Stole the Offseason. Now the Real Work Starts

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Sports Illustrated

By Chris Herring There’s plenty of optimism in the post-LeBron era in Cleveland thanks to a solid young core and the addition of All-Star Donovan Mitchell. CLEVELAND — There’s perhaps no one better positioned to sum up the Cavaliers’ state of being than Kevin Love, the club’s 34-year-old elder statesman. The power forward, somehow now entering his ninth season in Cleveland, was traded to the club in exchange for then-No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins—a blockbuster move the Cavs made to flip the win-now switch upon LeBron James’s return to town in 2014. Two years later, Love was part of the cha…

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