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Kevin Love
Kevin Love
Position: F
Born: 09/07/88
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:260 lbs. / 117.9 kg.
Salary: $31,258,256
Love was still stinging from two late misses in the Cavs’ 116-109 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday night at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. But that did not obscure how honored Love felt to move into second place on the Cavs’ all-time 3-point list or the respect he feels for Price because of the disparity in the eras in which they played. “He’s one of the all-time greats, one of the all-time Cav greats,” Love said. “He’s a guy that made his mark on this team, on this organization. “So to always be in the same sentence as guys like that, especially him being such a tremendous shooter, it really means a lot. Having said that, a little bit different style of play back in the day.”
“I shot 14 3s tonight and I was saying without a guard on me that I was going to get up 15,” Love said. “A little bit different. Their efficiency had to be extremely high in that era, because they just weren’t getting up as many 3s. It wasn’t a pace-and-space league like it is now. “So while I passed him in the numbers, you still have to recognize Mark Price for being one of the all-time best shooters in this league. So that number isn’t really … his number isn’t really indicative of how great of a true shooter he actually was, especially from that 3-point line.” Price’s .409 3-point percentage ranks fourth on the Cavs’ list behind now-Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr (.472), Kyle Korver (.454) and Wesley Person (.422). Love’s percentage with the Cavs is .375.

Blazers center Enes Kanter sets franchise record with 30 rebounds

With each rebound that Enes Kanter added to his new Portland Trail Blazers record, his teammates on the bench wildly cheered. Kanter had 24 points and a franchise-record 30 rebounds, and the Blazers beat the Detroit Pistons 118-103 on Saturday night. Kanter bested Sidney Wicks’ Portland record of 27 rebounds set in 1975. Kanter is the fourth player with 30 rebounds in a game in the past 20 seasons, joining Dwight Howard in 2018, Andrew Bynum in 2012 and Kevin Love in 2011.