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NBA Playoffs: Kevin Love good to go for Game 2

After appearing to get a bit dinged up in Game 1, Kevin Love is good to go for tonight's Game 2. After appearing to get a bit dinged up in Monday's Game 1 win, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love will play in tonight's Game 2.. Love, although not seen at this morning's shootaround, did participate according to the Cavs and should be available to play tonight. Kevin Love, though not seen at shootaround this morning, did participate. Team says he's fine. #Cavs — Hayden Grove (@H_Grove) May 4, 2016 In Game 1, Love first landed on his surgically repaired left shoulder after baiting...
News-Herald May 3, 2016
Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love ready for Game 2 after shaking off shoulder injury

Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love ready for Game 2 after shaking off shoulder injury

The visions that ran through the heads of Cavalier fans when Kevin Love flexed his right shoulder after being fouled May 2 were decidedly not those of sugarplums.Love jumped from deep in the right corner with 3:32 to play and as he was going up while leaning forward, Hawks forward Kent Bazemore came down hard on Love's shoulder.
Chronicle-Telegram May 3, 2016

Cavaliers: Kevin Love doesn’t let bad shooting night get him down

CLEVELAND — Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love is struggling to make shots, but he hasn’t allowed it to affect the rest of his game. Love recorded his fifth straight double-double to open the playoffs Monday night, collecting 17 points and 11 rebounds as Cleveland beat the Atlanta Hawks 104-93 in Game 1 of their Eastern Read More... The post Cavaliers: Kevin Love doesn’t let bad shooting night get him down appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.
Columbus Dispatch May 2, 2016

NBA | Cavaliers: Shoulder is fine, Kevin Love says

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};CLEVELAND – The last time the Cavaliers faced Atlanta in the NBA playoffs, Kevin Love was relegated to the best seat in the house.
Fear The Sword May 2, 2016

Kevin Love's play will be pivotal vs. the Hawks

Everyone is obsessing about how the Hawks will stop LeBron James in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. But if Kevin Love is locked in and at his best, he will be just as big of an issue. The Cleveland Cavaliers swept the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals last year without Kevin Love. This was mostly on the back of LeBron James, who exploited an incredible mismatch with Atlanta's defense en route to a 30.3 point, 11 rebounds and 9.3 assist per game averages. Heading into this Eastern Conference Semifinal matchup, the conversation has centered around James, and how Atlanta, who...
Plain Dealer May 1, 2016
Will Kevin Love be effective at center against the center-less Atlanta Hawks?

Will Kevin Love be effective at center against the center-less Atlanta Hawks?

Can Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love be effective playing center against the center-less Atlanta Hawks?
Plain Dealer Apr 28, 2016

LeBron James just one reason Kevin Love is so wide open in 2016 NBA Playoffs

The Cavaliers proved to be a very difficult team to guard in their first-round series with the Detroit Pistons. Today's example: the wide-open 3s Kevin Love took and made, often from passes by LeBron James.
Plain Dealer Apr 25, 2016

On a difficult night, Kevin Love helps Cleveland Cavaliers' squeak to a sweep: Bill Livingston (photos)

Kevin Love took 15 shots to score 11 points, but he got 13 rebounds and created extra possessions with his hustle, helping the Cleveland Cavaliers sweep the Detroit Pistons.
Plain Dealer Apr 23, 2016
LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love are playing better 'together' than ever before

LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love are playing better 'together' than ever before

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving are playing better together in this first-round series against Detroit than at any point over the last two years.
Columbus Dispatch Apr 18, 2016

Rob Oller commentary | NBA: Cavaliers need more Love to have shot at title

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};For one game, anyway, Kevin Love made Cleveland Cavaliers fans forget about Andrew Wiggins. Next: Was Love’s impressive play Sunday a trend or a trap? Love scored 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds against Detroit in a playoff-opening win.
Plain Dealer Apr 17, 2016
Kevin Love a different player, person during and after the Cavs' Game 1 win

Kevin Love a different player, person during and after the Cavs' Game 1 win

Kevin Love was a completely different player during and after the Game 1 win over the Detroit Pistons, Chris Haynes writes.
Plain Dealer Apr 17, 2016

Kevin Love's play on small lineup gives Detroit Pistons, Andre Drummond something to think about

Kevin Love scored 28 points and played the center spot on a small lineup that forced Andre Drummond to chase him out to the 3-point arc in Game 1 of the NBA's Eastern Conference playoffs.
News-Herald Apr 17, 2016

Jeff Schudel: Cleveland Cavaliers' Tyronn Lue impresses in his NBA playoff coaching debut

Like a man wanting to make a good impression on his first date with the woman he hopes to someday marry, Tyronn Lue will never get another chance to coach his first NBA playoff game.Lue went into the Cavaliers' playoff opener with the Detroit Pistons on April 17 at Quicken Loans Arena confident and with eyes wide open.
News-Herald Apr 17, 2016

Kevin Love gives Cleveland Cavaliers key boost in NBA Playoff return

Much maligned through his two-season tenure as a Cavalier, Kevin Love took the opportunity to play his best game in the wine and gold - considering the circumstances -- on April 17.As the Detroit Pistons made an unlikely 15 of 29 shots from 3-point range in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference playoffs' first round, the Cavaliers needed someone to excel in a big way to stop from going down 0-1 to a team that had defeated them twice in the regular season.
Fear The Sword Apr 17, 2016

LeBron James heaps praise on Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love after Game one win

The Cavs and Pistons played a tight game, but Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving showed up It's been 20 months since the Cleveland Cavaliers assembled a roster centered around LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love. Since then there have been questions, concerns, and consternation over their fit, on the floor and off. Many of them have been fair, but many of them have probably been over the top. Since coming together, the Cavs have been pretty darn good when they shared the court. It's the playoffs, though, and with Kevin Love missing out on another All-Star game, and Kyrie Irving failing to...

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