Love at 27/14/4. Similar seasons? Kareem, Wilt, Elgin Baylor. That is it. And that was back in the day when these guys played 43+ MPG and the pace of play was higher (there were more available points and rebounds).
Certainly no one would confuse Kevin Love's game with how Wilt/Kareem/Elgin Baylor played. The one guy who seems most similar is Bob McAdoo. In his 1974-75 MVP season, Bob McAdoo went 34-14-2 (with 3.2 steals+blocks). His Win Shares per 48 were .242.
Kevin Love's Win Shares per 48 right now are .326. That is a higher number than Wilt's 1963-64 season in which he was the MVP and put up one of the 4 best statistical seasons of all-time (arguably the best - as previously noted, Wilt's #2 option was Tom Meschery, and that team made the NBA finals).
In the history of the game, only 1 guy has ever attempted over 5 threes a game and had a WS/48 number of over .3. LeBron James in his Cleveland days had one such season (5.1 threes attempted). Love is attempting 6.7 threes a game. No one has ever cleared .224 WS/48 while attempting over 6 threes a game (Kobe reached .224, Ryan Anderson .219, James Harden .206). Love is playing at a level 33% above the best level ever achieved while hoisting 6+ threes a game.
So will the Wolves finish 58-24? Only if Love can keep up this pace, but it is a pace that the league has never seen and one that seems basically impossible to maintain. If he does, he will be unanimous league MVP.