There’s no shortage of interest in Minnesota Timberwolves star, Kevin Love.  It’s no secret that he’s unhappy there so rather than letting him walk as a free agent, the Timberwolves will likely try to trade him.  The Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls were two of the teams who reportedly made offers but now the Phoenix Suns are getting in on the action.

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via Arizona Sports:

It’s no secret that the Phoenix Suns are interested in packaging some of their 2014 draft picks for a player, and one NBA insider says one such move may be formulating.

Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears tweeted Saturday that the Suns are interested in acquiring Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love.  Spears tweeted that two members of the Suns’ talented backcourt in Goran Dragic and Eric Bledsoe could also be possible trade chips. Bledsoe is a restricted free agent this offseason, and the Suns can match an offer made to the guard, though Spears’ says he will likely command a maximum contract.