MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Here's a footnote to the "Summer of Love" — Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Love is on the All-NBA second team.
The league's postseason all-star teams were revealed Wednesday. Love was second team pick for the second time in his career after averaged a franchise-record 26.1 points and 12.5 rebounds per game. The only other player in Timberwolves history with multiple All-NBA honors was Kevin Garnett with eight: three first team, three second team and two third team.
Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Joakim Noah, James Harden and Chris Paul comprised the first team. Blake Griffin, Dwight Howard, Stephen Curry and Tony Parker joined Love on the second team.
Able to opt out of his contract next year, Love is the subject of trade speculation as potential suitors line up.