Fine, throw any 2 Man combination of Thompson/Waiters/Bennett to the TWolves along with Wiggins.
Cuz that's what the TWolves will expect to get from the Cavs....Wiggins+whatever. Anything minus Wiggins is going to be comprable ( at best ) to what the Bulls or Warriors can offer.
That's the way that it works with a Team that is "bought" ( not built ). That's the way that it ( sort of ) worked in Miami and the way that it will end up working in Cleveland.
That's the price to be paid for getting a MAX Level Player that is considered an ELITE Level Player while having 2 other MAXED out Players on the Salary Cap. Teams will have a Top-Heavy Salary structure where the vast majority of the Salary is devoted to the Top 3 Players. The price will likely be to give up Wiggins and build a similar roster to the type of roster that the Heat had, a Top Heavy Salary Capped Team that is surrounded by near Elite Level 3pt shooters and cheaper Vets to fill out the roster that have the experience to help win now....and not later. What's the downside of having cheap but experienced Vets? They are older and will more than likely be oft-injured.
Should the Cavs have to give up Wiggins to get KLove? Depends on how much the Cavs value Wiggins and how much they want to get KLove.
IMHO....I don't think that going with a Big 3 is the way to go. I think that having 2 Elite Players and then spread out the rest Salary Cap to create a much deeper and much better Starting Lineup with higher Quality Starters is the way to go.
Unfortunately, The TWolves are in the position to ask for Wiggins ( cuz they have multiple bidders for KLove that have what could be considered comparable offers....depending on what the TWolves want to do with the roster ), even if one may not think that KLove isn't worth that much. Why? cuz they know that LeBron WANTS to win now, the Cavs MUST win in the next 2 years ( since there is a chance that LeBron can leave after his current contract is up ) and the current roster that the Cavs have won't accomplish that.