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Friday, January 28, 2011

Video: Kevin Love's "Numb#rs" All-Star Campaign Commercial

Juudging strictly off oftatistics, Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love is having an all-star caliber season. He's contributing 21.6 ppg, a league leading 15.7 rpg (which is amazing) and also knocking down three pointers at a .447 clip (63-141). So to help Love's all-star campaigning, the Timberwolves released this video (you can also check out the full campaign at

Very well done. The mascot toasting was PRICELESS. But here is my counter argument for Love to not be an all-star; his game is not attractive. The NBA all-star game is more of an exhibition than an actual basketball game. Love's main competition for an all-star berth would be Blake Griffin, LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol. While Love's "numbers" are slightly favorable over Griffin's 22.6 ppg and 12.8 rpg, the sheer excitement Griffin's style of play generates is far superior. Maybe with vote-in center Yao Ming out due to injury both with have a shot at an all-star berth.

And honestly would you rather see Griffin catching an alley-oop on the break from Chris Paul or Love tipping a rebound to himself then throwing a pin point over-the-head outlet pass? My point exactly.

s/o to Miss Stiletto Jill's spot for the link.


1 comment:

  1. A three point shooting, league-leading rebounder who's shooting .870 from the line... Or a typical PF that shoots FTs like Shaq?

    Seriously, You think Griffin is an all-star over K-Love because he is flashy? You might as well ignore everything else and just go with the dunk competition.

    Is Kevin Love a better player *this* season? Absolutely. Who knows about next year or the year after, they both are very young. 22 and 21. I'll take love as a cornerstone, you take Griffin. See you in 5.