Just when Kevin Love was getting ready to try to salvage something positive from a lost seasons, one more injury cropped up to end it all.
A few days after having arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, Love vowed to come back stronger than ever from a massively disappointing season for him and the Minnesota Timberwolves.
''This was supposed to be such a big year for us and myself and everybody included in this organization,'' Love said on Saturday before the Wolves hosted the Suns. ''It (ticks) me off in a lot of ways.''
Coming off of a breakout season in the NBA and playing a pivotal role in Team USA's run to the gold medal in London, Love was poised to vault into the elite in this league, and take the Timberwolves with him.
But he broke his right hand twice -- once just before the season started and then again in early January -- and was limited to just 18 games. And as he was preparing to return after having surgery on his hand in January, ...