Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love joined NBA Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain in making history but has started a beef with Jimmy Butler.

Love is currently riding a massive comeback in his hot start this 2019-20 season. In the process, the NBA champ has reached a benchmark that only the great Chamberlain had achieved in the past.

According to Sam Amico of Sports Illustrated, Love made history after scoring 86 points, grabbing 84 rebounds and dishing out 24 assists. The only other player to have hit all three marks in the first five games of the season was NBA legendary big man Chamberlain, who did it way back in 1966.

Indeed, this was an incredible achievement for Love. He has been considered one of the more versatile big men in the NBA for years, but this statistical milestone truly cemented Love’s name in the list of savviest big men in the history of NBA.

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Kevin Love of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks on during the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct. 19, 2018. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Chamberlain is one of the few era-defining players credited with changing the way basketball has been played through the years. For Love to even share an achievement alongside Chamberlain is considered a meaningful moment in his NBA career.

However, aside from the good news, Love is also about to enter a potentially negative situation. Shortly after the news of Butler’s 3 a.m. workout circulated, Love made news of his own by saying that Butler’s act was all “for show.”

Roughly a month after Love’s claim, Butler finally responded. On a Monday episode of the “Winging It With Vince Carter” podcast, the Heat star fired back at Love by challenging him to show the same work ethic and do the same thing he did.

“Somebody was telling me that K. Love was like, ‘Oh he does this for show,' It’s like, ‘Motherf—–, you come do what I do.’ People don’t understand, I do this everyday in the summer. If you know me, and you get up and you work the way that I work, you see that it’s not for show. If it was for show I would have been the one to put it on the internet. I don’t talk about it, I just go do it,” Butler retaliated.

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Jimmy Butler #23 of the Philadelphia 76ers looks on against the Washington Wizards in the second half at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., Jan. 9, 2019. Getty Images/Rob Carr

Butler then briefly discussed why he has made these intense workouts a part of his summer schedule. As per the lethal scorer, it was all about working to better help his new team.

“I do it to be in the best shape that I can, to help my team and my organization thrive and win. Not everybody can handle it. Not everybody can do it,” Butler pointed out.