‘Nothing’s changed’ for Warriors on Kevin Love as Cleveland reportedly reaches agreement with Minnesota

Minnesota has reached an agreement in principle with Cleveland to trade star forward Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and a protected 2015 first-round draft pick, Yahoo Sports reported Thursday.

The Warriors, who were in the running to land Love but unwilling to part with guard Klay Thompson, appear to be set with most of their roster at this point.

Asked if the team was 100 percent out of a power forward deal or if lines of communication were still open last week on KNBR, general manager Bob Myers gave this reply.

“No, nothing’s changed. Nothing’s changed. Same stuff. Nothing’s different.”

The Warriors this offseason have signed Shaun Livingston and Brandon Rush while reaching agreement on a partially-guaranteed contract with Aaron Craft.

“With the roster we have, we feel like we’re a championship-caliber team,” guard Stephen Curry told The Jim Rome Show last week.

“Obviously there’s been a lot of talk the last month or two, and I think there’s a reason we still have Klay Thompson and David Lee and the roster that we expect going into training camp. Every team’s job is to try to get better over the offseason and make certain moves that they think will make them better, and that’s why those thoughts happen.”

Diamond Leung