Love spoke to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne last night and he said that he 'never wanted to be in a game more than that one'. He is, of course, referring to the Cavaliers' 108-100 overtime loss to the Golden State Warriors.
From Shelburne's piece:
I had so much fun watching it because I want to be in a moment like that," Love told ESPN after the Cleveland Cavaliers' 108-100 overtime loss to the Golden State Warriors. "I'd rather be out there helping those guys, and I saw a lot of places where I could help.
"I've never wanted to be in a game more than that one," said Love, who had never been on a playoff team in his six prior NBA seasons.
Asked specifically whether that meant he wanted to be back in Cleveland next season, Love said, "Yes. I want to win."
Love is out for the playoffs due to a shoulder injury suffered in the first round against the Boston Celtics. The Cavs could certainly use him against the Warriors, especially if Kyrie Irving is sidelined at all after re-injuring his left knee last night.