The Cleveland Cavaliers are focused on turning the page with Kevin Love after the veteran forward apologized for his actions during Monday's loss against the Toronto Raptors, sources told Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes.
Love carelessly batted the ball inbounds during the third quarter and then made no defensive effort as the Raptors scored off the turnover. He was apparently frustrated with the officiating, not the team's performance.
Cleveland is reportedly addressing the matter with Love internally.
This isn't the first time Love has shown his frustrations on the court.
The five-time All-Star was visibly annoyed when Collin Sexton didn't give him the rock on a mismatch during a contest last season.
Love subsequently went up to the Cavs guard to retrieve the ball and fired an errant pass at the feet of forward Cedi Osman.
Love was also apparently fined $1,000 last year for an outburst on the bench.
Love is averaging 11.7 points and a career-low 6.4 boards per contest over 18 appearances this season. He's under contract through the 2022-23 campaign.