Kevin Love signed a huge deal to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but league executives still believe Cavs general manager David Griffin could still end up trading the star power forward.

The Cavs are reportedly confident that a smaller lineup of Tristan Thompson at center and Kevin Love at power forward will work, but the Sporting News is reporting that things could change.

“Maybe in February or in the summer, you could see Love being talked about,” one league executive said. “If he stays healthy next year, that is what is most important. If he plays 75 games or so, then he is still going to have a lot of value, even if his numbers are not great. So it is still a chance for them to get assets going forward and if you gave up the No. 1 pick, you need to be able get something that will help long-term.”

Something like this could definitely change a bettor's view of what the Cavs could do in the future, such as the 2016 NBA Draft where NBA draft betting occurs.

Love agreed to a five-year, $110 million contract on the first day of free agency.

By Glenn Erby


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