The NBA preseason games have begun, and teams are locked in with their training camp sessions. Teams are now looking to build cut their roster from 20 to 15, establish a starting lineup, and a team rotation to meet the system. In the East, the Cleveland Cavaliers training camp sessions featured Kevin Love playing the center and Jae Crowder at the four. While in the West, Paul George comments on how big of an impact does Westbrook's extension factor in on his decision on where he wants to play after this season.

Kevin love may start at the five and Crowder at the four

The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a lot of roster changes this offseason after Kyrie Irving departed for the Boston Celtics.

Cleveland [VIDEO] acquired Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, Jeff Green, Derrick Rose, and Dwyane Wade. With the changes, the Cavaliers are looking for a new roster rotation to fit their current system.

Dave Mcmenamin of NBA ESPN has reported that the Cavaliers have been putting Jae Crowder at the four position along with the starters. If this pushes through the Cavaliers will have a projected lineup of Isaiah Thomas, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Jae Crowder and Kevin Love. This likely will move Tristan Thompson to the second unit rotation, but it could go either way.

Kevin Love also stated that he is doing his best to improve his offense both in the paint and outside the paint. He added with how deep the Cavaliers [VIDEO] are; everyone is going to play interchangeable positions. With Kyrie Irving out of Cleveland, Kevin Love has to contribute more on offense in order to fill the huge void Kyrie left.

Westbrook's decision will affect George's decision

A couple of weeks ago Russell Westbrook signed a huge five-year $205 million deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder. This move showed just how committed Westbrook is to the team and how much he wants to bring a championship to the city. Royce Young of NBA ESPN has reported that Paul George confirmed rumors that the Westbrook contract will absolutely play a huge role in his decision next summer. George said that when the time comes for him to make the decision, it will be much easier now that Westbrook has fully committed to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Paul George has been linked to the Los Angeles Lakers due to George openly saying he is considering playing in Los Angeles once his contract expires. But he also said that the Oklahoma City Thunder had been a great organization especially with how committed the players and the front office are.