Over his 14 years in the NBA, Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love has become one of the most beloved and well-respected stars in the league.
He’s known as a hard-working and dedicated player who isn’t looking for all the glitz and glam but is instead looking to make his team the best squad possible.
This has led to Love earning five All-Star appearances, the 2010-11 Most Improved Player Award, a championship, and more.
It’s also led to him making a whole lot of points on the court.
Congrats to @kevinlove on 1,500 career threes! #LetEmKnow pic.twitter.com/38gQCMhl28
— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) November 14, 2022
Love just surpassed 1,500 career three-pointers.
You don’t have to be an NBA expert to know that’s a huge accomplishment and a major deal.
All these years later, Love has found a great rhythm and a great place with his current Cavaliers team and is a vital part of the squad that is now considered one of the best in the NBA.
Yes, Love has been in the league for more than a decade now but he’s still producing a lot for his team.
His current 2022-23 average is 12.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 2.6 assists.
Love has become a key bench player for the Cavs, starting in just 1 game this season and then coming off the bench for the other 13.
He’s playing for a little less than half a game now and he’s making every minute count.
More than his impressive amount of three-pointers, Love is known for his basketball IQ and his mentorship for the young guys on his crew.
Love knows the game so well and he’s more than willing to impart that wisdom to the new class of athletes who are running the team.
He’s doing more than sinking three-pointers, he’s teaching the young men thriving around him.
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