Veteran Kevin Love has no interest in negotiating a buyout with the Cleveland Cavaliers. This was announced by his agent Jeff Schwartz by Excel Sports espn. There were no conversations with Cleveland concerning a buyout and there are no aspirations of Kevin in this direction at all, said Schwartz.
The four-year contract of Love, which entered into force in 2019, secures the Big one until 2023 still 60 million dollars, which are fully guaranteed. According to ESPN, the CAVs had tried again and again to explore the parameters for a trade from Love, however, were not successful in finding a deal that meets their ideas. Even the player itself is not averse to such a scenario.
Last season influenced by a calf injury, Love came in an average of 24.9 minutes (Career-low) to 12.2 points and 7.4 rebounds. The playing time of the champion and five times all stars could in the future due to the personnel situation in the FrontCourt.
Restricted Free Agent Jarrett Allen has agreed on a five-year contract of over $ 100 million with the CAVs at the beginning of the month. As part of the hard trades, the center came to Cleveland and showed convincing achievements. In addition, there are numbers-three-pick Evan Mobley and Power Forward Lauri Markkanen, who secured the Cavaliers by sign-and-trade from the bulls.
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Using a buyout, Cleveland could save money, and Love could freely choose its future team in the market. Currently, however, it does not suggest that it comes so. After the farewell to LeBron James, Love signed long term at the CAVs, hoping to start a new era. With 19, 19 and 20 victories, the team has since remained in the basement of the Eastern Conference.