If I were Cavaliers general manager David Griffin, I’d do everything in my power to acquire Minnesota power forward Kevin Love — without trading 2014 No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins. But if I absolutely had to trade Wiggins, I would — at a later date.

How’s that for straddling the fence?

It may seem wishy-washy, but that’s the absolute right approach. It’s also the exact approach I believe Griffin and the Cavs are taking at the moment.

Kudos to them.

At this time, there is no reason for Cleveland to outbid itself. Love has made it clear he will not re-sign with Minnesota following the 2014-15 season. He’s also made it clear — at least to national reporters — that he’d be perfectly willing to re-up with the Cavs now that LeBron James is in town.

So offer the Timberwolves a package of Dion Waiters, who’s not exactly thrilled about the possibility of coming off the bench in Cleveland; Tristan Thompson, who is serviceable but not nearly as good as some people think; and Anthony Bennett, who is in much better shape than he was a year ago but is not exactly tearing up the Las Vegas Summer League. Heck, throw in a first-round pick if it has to be done.

Do not, however, include Wiggins. Not now, anyway.

At the moment, this is a game of chicken, but the Timberwolves are in a Volkswagen. The Cavs have, at the very least, a Ford F-150. In a couple of months, they may have a Mack Truck.

If Golden State, Love’s other primary pursuer at the moment, sweetens the pot, as it was rumored to be doing Tuesday, then the Cavs might have to reconsider.

That could be today, tomorrow or a week or month from now, but until it occurs, Cleveland should stick to its guns.

Just 19, the 6-foot-8 Wiggins has the potential to be a very, very good NBA player. Maybe even a great one.