Part of Rambis' quote in Strib about Love and Al's ability to play together. Still early, but it doesn't sound like he's convinced an elite team can start them both.
"They'll get better together as time goes by," Wolves coach Kurt Rambis said, "but when you compete against some of the elite teams, basically they're both power forwards. And you could argue they're on the small side of power forwards. They don't have the height or the length or athleticism that a lot of power forwards have in this league."
To compensate, Rambis said the Wolves have to pass the ball and execute their offense.
"That's when we're at our best and lack of size doesn't seem to hurt us," he said. "It shows, and becomes glaring, when longer teams can reach right over the top of us to secure defensive rebounds. They don't even really have to jump. They just can get their hands on the ball. That's something our team will have to learn, how to block out."