1. Kevin Love
Competing against the Golden State Warriors in three of the last five NBA Finals, Kevin Love could find himself helping the Dubs win a championship this time around. Though it is unlikely the Cleveland Cavaliers would be willing to trade with the Dubs, this is a perfect fit for Love.
Despite popular belief, Love is still playing at an All-Star level. He averaged 17.0 points and 10.9 rebounds last season on 34.9 percent shooting from deep. The only issue is his durability. Love simply isn’t healthy enough to carry the load for an entire team all year long.
By joining the Warriors, Love wouldn’t need to carry the weight of an offense anymore. Rather, he would fit right in as the third scoring option once again. Back in this role, Love could put up big numbers.
However, Love would do far more than he did in Cleveland. No longer reserved to being a spot-up shooter, the Warriors offense is much more free-flowing and team-oriented. There is no doubt that the Dubs would feed Love in the post and allow him to play his game.
Most importantly, Love can become the teams best rebounder. He has always been phenomenal at boxing opponents out and can help the Warriors mightly in this department.
It might be a far-fetched dream, but trading for Kevin Love is the type of move that could make the Warriors championship favorites again.