Cavs' Kevin Love 'about a month' away from return
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward/center Kevin Love said he's "about a month away" from getting back to the floor.
Love suffered a fracture to his left hand on January 30th. He didn't require surgery, but in speaking to NBC Sports he noted that it will be roughly two weeks before his movable cast is removed. From there, he expects to be a few more weeks. That would place his potential return around March 20th, with 12 games remaining. Larry Nance, Tristan Thompson and Jeff Green will hold down the fort until then.
Through 48 games, Love is averaging 17.9 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.2 threes per game this season.
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