Kevin Love wanted to get home to watch 'Game of Thrones'

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Like any normal human being with moral standards, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has the right priorities in life. After a huge performance by Love helped the Cavaliers complete the sweep of the Atlanta Hawks in Game 4 of the second round of the NBA Playoffs, Love was very candid with reporters after the game.

While most players after a series say that their focus is to get ready for the next series and catch up on some rest, Love told reporters that the just wants to get home in time to watch the HBO series "Game of Thrones."

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Considering the way last week's episode ended with Jon Snow coming back to life and just how awesome the series is overall, it's hard not to blame Love for wanting to get home to watch his favorite show. But getting back to that Jon Snow note, not everyone is up to date with the show, and Love might have just spoiled one of the biggest cliffhanger questions that fans had after last season.

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However, Love should hope that he has his DVR set to record the show, because it starts at 9:00 p.m. ET and the Cavaliers likely won't get home until sometime a little bit after that.

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Then he can rush home, avoid social media and watch Ser Robert Strong bash lifeless corpses into the wall all night.

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