The Cleveland Cavaliers want to acquire Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves, but have been running into the snag of not wanting to include Andrew Wiggins in any deal that is made.
According to Chris Haynes of CSNNW.com though, the Cavaliers have yet to inform Wiggins that he’s going to be a part of any Kevin Love trade in the near future.
In speaking to key members of Wiggins’ camp on Aug. 2, they adamantly maintain to CSNNW.com that the Cavaliers have not informed them a trade is forthcoming. This is even despite NBA’s online store recently discontinuing Wiggins’ jersey, Kevin Love withdrawing from World Cup play and Anthony Bennett being held out of pickup games.
There is a difference though between not being traded and being told a trade isn’t happening at the moment. Unlike previous reports, this seems to be more of a wait and see note from the Cavs to Wiggins, rather than the standard talk about how he will not at all be traded.
It’s possible that Wiggins will be gone by the end of the month, but as it stands now it doesn’t appear that Wiggins will be in a trade unless one is waited for until the end of the month.
Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers