It’s not the plan right now, though. I think we’ve continually overestimated the availability of talent at every step along the horizon, and we’re eventually going to reach a wall this summer, and that’s where we’ll realize the only guy out there is Love, and we’ll pull the trigger. We’ll see the other guys go, we’ll maybe make a pass at overpaying some guy that had a decent showing post ASB, Dennis will pass on Mirotic for the third time, and we’ll bring in Love and talk about immediate chemistry with Ricky. It will be perfect, too, because he’s under contract for a while, and is immovable, so it will take some of the pressure off of having to do something afterward. This sounds silly, but if last summer I told anyone we’d get fixated on cashing in all that saved up “flexibility” for Mike Conley and his contract, a lot of people would have told me to knock the **** off with the hyperbolic pessimism. But in the moment, we became ok with Conley, just as we’ll become this summer when we not only trade for Love, but surrender a first and second round pick to do so.