Kevin Love to Play with the Cavaliers in March, Recovering from Broken Left Hand
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love will soon be suiting up for the team this coming March after obtaining an injured left hand last January 30, 2018.
Love is already out for nearly three weeks now and his recovery continues.
From the shared news report through 247sports.com, the Cavs star power forward revealed that he is excited to return with the Cavaliers, especially now they have new teammates after the major trades they made.
The 29-year-old native of California said that his rehabilitation is continuous to help him recover fully and preparing himself to his comeback in March. Although the timeframe of his return is about 1 ½ months after his injury, the team is expecting him to suit up in the early week of next month.
During an interview with the ESPN, the 6-foot-10 American player said that the latest trades and developments of the Cavaliers is something he believed the management had made a right decision.
If he returns, Love will now be teaming up with newly acquired players like Jordan Clarkson, Larry Nance Jr., Rodney Hood and George Hill.
As detailed through nba.com, Love is hoping to regain his usual leg strength and he is preparing himself better to get back his normal playing rhythm.
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