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Video: Kevin Love ties the double-double record

Mar 8, 2011, 8:23 AM EDT

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We’ll admit, we have questions about just how big a milestone this really is, but it is still an impressive accomplishment.

Kevin Love had his 51st consecutive double-double Monday night, tying the NBA record.

Here’s a little video of how it went down.

  1. mickdamill - Mar 8, 2011 at 9:37 AM

    Kevin Love is truly a man among boys, I also find it funny no one mentions his name in MVP talks. I believe this is a huge milestone, look at the recent players who have graced the court who were unable to do this, Dwight, Kobe, Nash, Lebron, KG, Stat, MJ, CP3, Tim Duncan, Shaq . This just shows that KLove gives 100% every night, this is one player any team in the league would be happy to have. It’s just to bad he plays for a sorry team like Minnesotta.

    • hnirobert3 - Mar 8, 2011 at 9:39 AM

      Has there ever been an MVP for a non playoff team? How much worse could they be? They’re THE WORST TEAM IN THE WEST and three more wins than the Cavs.

      • mickdamill - Mar 8, 2011 at 10:10 AM

        No, there has never been a MVP for a losing team but for someone that plays so well to no be considered for MVP is a joke. Read my previous post closer, I clearly said the Twolves suck smart guy. Everyone knows that Durant or Rose will win the award this year.

  2. hnirobert3 - Mar 8, 2011 at 11:18 AM

    “No, there has never been a MVP for a losing team but for someone that plays so well to no be considered for MVP is a joke.”

    MVP’s will there way to wins, not just play well night in and night out. LBJ dragging a 12 win Cavs team to 60+ wins is an MVP. Derrick Rose leading a projected 4th to 6th seed Bulls team to the 2nd seed in the East and primed for a playoff run is an MVP. Love’s numbers are amazing, but they’re not directly impacting the the Win column, which is what MVP’s do.

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