NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves Player Kevin Love being touted as MVP candidate
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NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves Player Kevin Love being touted as MVP candidate

Minneapolis : MN : USA | Mar 29, 2012 at 10:41 AM PDT
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Kevin Love of Minnesota

CNN, SI and others are reporting that Kevin Love, who is in the midst of a statistical separator from his peers, is worthy of consideration for Most Valuable Player in the NBA this year. Kudos to Elie Seckbach for sharing this interview via YouTube which is attached. Dry humor is quite amazingly shared; it seems he works as hard during interviews as on the court!

While Ricky Rubio has been lost for the season, it seems the team has an often hard-2-find big man to build a team around, even with the tremendous changes in athleticism and size of the current players since the days of Bill Russel, Moses Malone, "Sir" Shaquille O'neal, etc. and one even wonders if a Twin Towers is possible in today's game.

Follow Kevin on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/#!/kevinlove and be sure to check out his statistics via the Wolves site courtesy of NBA.com. Here are some basic stats from that site which brings back memories of the Late COACH, John Wooden and the likes of Lew Alcindor/Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton etc. and the philosophy of enhancing Men and not just ball players :)

Born: Sep 7, 1988

Height: 6-10 / 2.08 Weight: 260 lbs. / 117.9 kg. Prior to NBA / Country:

UCLA / USA Years Pro: 3
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Kevin Love in a cool interview from 2009
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