I am not advocating trading Kevin Love. That being said there is no player who is untradeable. After reading Oceanary's post about his conversations with Ronzone, I think we can conclude that it was more than "it's just lunch". Two factors come into play here. Rambis basically admitting that Love isn't our best player (and sending a signal right off the bat with a lack of playing time for KL), and Ronzone's admission of liking Beasley a lot. On top of that admitting that he (and probably others in the organization) absolutely love Wes J and want him at the small forward in the starting lineup. I believe this all adds up to another famed twolves death match. This time it's Beasley vs. Love. And translating from what we've heard, it would not surprise me if Mr. Love is headed out the door at some point this season. Again, not saying I'm for or against that. I am however wondering what the bounty is for Love. I would say our two main needs are at shooting guard and center. Ellington is a nice bench option and I do like Webster to start at the 2, but is he "the man" for the future at the 2 guard? I don't know. I also believe that Brewer will either be dealt or plain and simple left to rot on the bench. Frankly he's not a 2 guard in the first place. Right now our centers are the Manna from heaven, big Pec, and Koufos. Koufos is expendable. I like what Pec can do in doses. Let's face it Darko is an average center. We can do better.
So we're looking at needing a 2 guard who can shoot the lights out and create his own shot and a center who is long and athletic and has an intimidation factor about him. Unfortunately there isn't a ton of options in next year's draft at those two positions. I will be watching shooting guards Alec Burks, Rodney Buford, and Josh Selby and bigs Enes Kanter, Renardo Sidney, and maybe a couple others, with interest. As far as trading for a 2 guard or a center using Love as the trade bait, and maybe throwing in a pick or player, what are the options? Iguadola? Oden? What say you?