Kevin Love is a double-double machine, an Olympic gold medalist and an All-Star power forward who actually won the three-point shooting contest at the 2012 All-Star weekend.

And this is all even more impressive because, according to a recent survey of NBA general managers, Love is the single player who "makes the most of limited natural ability." Talk about a backhanded compliment.

Love, who was also voted the league's second best power forward, took the "award" in stride.

Love received 24.1 percent of the vote in this category. He was followed by Marc Gasol, Matt Bonner, Jared Dudley and J.J. Barea.

Steve Kerr, the former NBA player and current broadcaster, also did not think too highly of the GMs' pick.

After Kerr's tweet the two players had a funny back-and-forth on Twitter about their "predicament."

Love, who averaged 14 rebounds and 18.3 points in just 18 games last year, owns the NBA's longest streak of double-doubles since the league's merger. He recorded a double-double in 53 straight games during the 2010-11 season.