Cavs Forward Kevin Love Name East Player of the Week

For the period of November 21 to 27, Eastern Conference Player of the Week was awarded to Cleveland Cavaliers forward not LeBron James nor Kyrie Irving but its Kevin Love.

Love was named as the East Player of the Week, His very first in a Cavs uniform while his third total while still playing with the Minnesota Timberwolves. While, Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors was named the West Player of the Week.

Kevin Love, found his stroke outside the 3 point area for the last 3 games where he led the Cavaliers to win all three of their last game to improve their standing to 13 wins and 2 loss. Love averages this week at 30.7 points to go with 9.7 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.3 steals.

On November 3, Kevin Love posted a season high 40 points and hit 8 out of 12 three point shot the best performance as far by Love as part of the cavaliers.

Love 34 points against Portland made an NBA history to be the first player to score the highest point in the 1st quarter, but only second to Klay Thompson for the most points in a single quarter of 37 points.

On November 5 against Dallas Mavericks, Love scores 27 points while hitting 7 out 0f 9 three point shots.

On November 27 against Philadelphia, Love scores 25 points, 11 rebounds.

The last three games of Kevin Love show that the man we know from Minnesota Timberwolves is finally showing in Cleveland? Is Love for real? If yes, then the cavaliers are tough to beat whether their opponent is from West, where they say the best team are there including the GSW.

If Love, continue to play well, he might have the chance to be voted by fans in the upcoming All-Star Game, where he might join fellow teammates LeBron James and Kyrie Irving representing the East.