3 reasons the Heat should pursue a Kevin Love trade in the offseason

The Miami Heat and the rest of the NBA have been out of action since March 12. The 2019-20 season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Currently, Miami sits in 4th place in the Eastern Conference with a 41-24 record. With multiple reports circulating that the NBA season could return, the Heat are looking forward to a playoff berth.

Despite the low expectations coming into this season, Miami has catapulted themselves into the top half of the Eastern Conference standings.

In Jimmy Butler’s first year with the team he has inserted his leadership and will. Tyler Herro and Duncan Robinson are both contributing to the Heat’s attack.

Obviously, no one expects the Heat to win the title this year due to the lack of another star. Considering the landscape of the season it’s safe to say Miami will make some noise in the postseason but look to regroup in the offseason.

Once the Heat’s season is over they should look to add another star or superstar to their roster. The current roster includes a primary star, shooting, defense, and speed.

One player that Miami needs to consider trading for in the offseason is Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love. Love has had quite an interesting season, to say the least.

Love may not be a superstar but he still has plenty left in the tank and can help contribute to the current Miami team.

Pulling off this trade may be difficult but Heat president Pat Riley can swing just about any deal.

Here are three reasons why Miami should pursue Love:

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