While the original Dream Team from the 1992 Olympic Games is widely considered the best team ever assembled, the 2012 United States men’s Olympic basketball team could be a close second. Playing power forward and occasionally center for that squad was Kevin Love. He dominated the boards as the U.S. cruised to the gold medal in London. Love led the squad with 67 rebounds, 27 of them on the offensive glass, as the team won its eight games by an average margin of 32.1 points. Love’s work ethic on display on the international level was all the more impressive seeing that he was coming off a regular season in which he played in his second All-Star Game (scoring 17 points) and finished second in the league in rebounding. In his seven NBA seasons, he has averaged a double-double in all but two campaigns. In the two seasons he didn’t average a double-double, he came very close as he averaged 9.1 rebounds per game in 2008-09 and 9.7 rpg in 2014-15. There are few players more active than Love around the rim. Love has signed this Spalding replica indoor/outdoor basketball in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.