This Cavs-Clippers trade pairs Kevin Love with Paul George, Kawhi Leonard

Kevin Love was involved in a blockbuster NBA trade when he was originally sent to Cleveland. The Cavaliers decided to add him to a roster that included LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. The team was able to win an NBA title and this could happen again with the Los Angeles Clippers.

The Clippers are a team that could be looking to add another star this season. Paul George and Kawhi Leonard make up one of the best duos in the NBA and they could add some help down low. They took a big hit when Montrezl Harrell decided to go across town to the Los Angeles Lakers. They signed Serge Ibaka to replace Harrell but could be looking for other options as well. A championship is the end goal for the Clippers and the Lakers are the team to beat.

For Cleveland, they are a franchise heading in the opposite direction. They are in rebuild mode since James left for Los Angeles. They have some strong guards to start with including Collin Sexton and Darius Garland.

In the frontcourt, Love and Andre Drummond are two veteran names who could be moved. There have been discussions of a contract extension involving Drummond but nothing has happened just yet. Love seems to be the name that will be moved if there is a deal.

The Cavs and Clippers could get together for a trade that would impact both teams right away this season. This is what a particular deal might look like between the two sides.

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