Timberwolves forward Kevin Love reported for duty with his surgically repaired knee and hand reportedly all healed and his body lean.

He also made one thing abundantly clear: The past is in the…well you know.

“Last year is last year” the two-time All-Star forward uttering a line he used repeatedly during a 12-minute session with reporters at the team’s annual media day.

He made it clear he has little interest in discussing a lost season in which he played just 18 games after breaking his shooting hand not once but twice.

Love also wasn’t much interested in discussing his relationship with former President of Basketball of Operations David Kahn who was replaced by Flip Saunders last May.

“The past is the past and it’s great to have Flip on board” Love said. “We’ve had great talks. … We all know what happened last year and we just want to move forward and take care of unfinished business.”

Love looked like he’s in the best shape of his career even though he said he doesn’t know exactly how much weight he lost from last season.

Love worked with two trainers — one on basketball skills the other strength and conditioning — in Los Angeles all summer and also worked out with fellow NBA stars such as Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook.

“I learned early that players get better in the summer” he said. “Just getting better every single day.”

He was asked if he did anything differently in his workouts than previous summers.