According to the latest NBA trade rumors, Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson might be on their way out of the Cleveland Cavaliers soon. There are speculations floating around that the team’s higher-ups want a big shakeup in its lineup.

The rumor came from within the Cleveland Cavaliers locker room itself, according to Bleacher Report. A few of their players feel that the organization is about to trade Tristan Thompson and Kevin Love before the February 6, 2020 deadline.

But the publication pointed out that it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Cleveland decided to let go of Tristan Thompson and Kevin Love, two of the team’s “biggest names and longest-tenured stars.” Love’s name has already been in the rumor mill for a possible trade since he signed the four-year extension in 2018.

Thompson, on the other hand, might become a free agent after this season. Thus, it would be better for the team to trade him now than lose him in the offseason.

While the team might be struggling in the rankings, both Love and Thomson have been productive this season. His 10.9 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game this season are all said to be his career highs.

Love is doing even better. He is averaging 17.4 points, 9.8 rebound and 2.9 assists per game this season. He also shoots 37.9 percent from deep and 45.2 percent from the field. What’s even more interesting is his 2.6 three-pointers this season, which is said to be his career-high.

There might be some meat into the rumors that he’ll be leaving Cleveland for good. A report from The Athletic claimed that Love expressed “his displeasure and disgust with the organization” by an “emotional verbal outburst directed toward general manager Koby Altman” after a game on Jan. 4.

“Love was screaming in front of teammates and Cavs coaches and front-office members that there was ‘no feel here’,” the publication reported. After the game, the one-time NBA rebounding champ, five-time All-Star, and one-time NBA champion posted a picture of Joaquin Phoenix as “The Joker” with the caption “Mood” on social media.

Kevin Love Cleveland Cavaliers Trevor Booker Pacers Kevin Love #0 of the Cleveland Cavaliers battle Trevor Booker #20 of the Indiana Pacers for a first half rebound in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Quicken Loans Arena on April 25, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images