Cleary it wasn't when the final buzzer went off officially making him an NBA champion. It definitely wasn't when he has in the locker room channeling his inner 'Texas Rattlesnake'. It wasn't even this morning when Kevin Love was still so deep in the bag that he had more than likely convinced himself that he actually was Stone Cold Steve Austin. Still, there has to be a moment - likely well after he finally sobers up - that Kevin Love emotionally distances himself from the the NBA Championship for which he was mostly a bystander. I am sure that he is happy to walk away from his stint in Cleveland (that hopefully has come to an end) with some hardware, because he needed something to make him feel a little better about the irreparable damage he caused his reputation over the last two years. That said, there's no way someone that was once such a dominant force can take all that much pride in a title that was largely won despite him.
Something tells me Kevin Love will view this championship the way Brock Osweiler views "his" Super Bowl victory. He was probably super excited when they won it, but as soon as the novelty wore off and it was time to take a trip to the White House he was like "you know what, I think I'd rather just go to Texans practice". I just have to imagine that a few short months from now Kevin Love will be playing in another city and he'll be looking for all the "Texans practices" he can to take his mind off the fact that his own fans wanted him to be sat during the biggest games of his career. He deserves a ring for all the emasculation and criticism (some earned, some not) he received for being the square peg repeatedly bashed into a round hole in the Cavaliers lineup, but would it really shock you if that ring is collecting dust by the start of next season?