Kevin Love is very good at scoring and rebounding. There’s no doubt that the basketball world is aware of his qualities. Yet on his return to the Cavaliers starting line up and first game back since he revealed his struggles with panic attacks, the power forward was referred to as a comedic genius per Bill Difillipo.
Love attempted a three early in the third quarter but was blocked by John Henson, and in the process fell down hard because his leg got tangled up with the Bucks’ big man. While Khris Middleton started the Bucks offensive attack, Love found himself laying on the ground.
Many would probably think Love would take that approach because he was in pain, right? Wrong. Not only was Love grounded in front of his bench but instead of getting up and playing defense, Love decided to slide on his back, as if he was swimming backstroke.
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