* Blockbuster trade alert: Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reports Cavs and Celtics have discussed the possibility of a trade involving Kevin Love. They also tried to include the Knicks with Carmelo Anthony in the conversation, per Isola. Other reporters have subsequently poured cold water on the rumor.
* JaVale McGee discusses the controversial 2011 dunk contest he lost to Blake Griffin.
* Brad Stevens received one vote at the New Hampshire primaries. Martin O’Malley, who was actually running for president not so long ago, received four.
* Chris Webber has been snubbed by the Hall of Fame again. The five-team All-NBA team member, who averaged 20.7 ppg and 9.8 rpg in his pro career, didn’t make the list of 14 finalists. Eight of them are coaches. That’s all you need to know about how the Hall of Fame operates.
* Bold: Tracy McGrady says Kobe Bryant is the best player he’s ever faced (including Michael Jordan). Remember when the McGrady-or-Bryant debate was a thing? That got settled pretty quickly.
* Arcade Fire singer Win Butler won the MVP at that game and used that moment of glory to compare American and Canadian healthcare. He was cut off almost right away.
* You can win an autographed Dr. J photo if you enter this contest. So do.