Kawhi Leonard to let Toronto Raptors pitch last


The Lakers' pending deal with the Washington Wizards that's set to finalize on July 6 sends Moe Wagner, Isaac Bonga and Jemerrio Jones out East, leaving Los Angeles with a roster consisting of just three players as National Basketball Association free agency is set to begin on Sunday night.

Leonard averaged 26.6 points and 7.3 rebounds in 2018-19 and could shift the balance of power in the league significantly depending on where he settles. They traded away Mo Wagner, Isaac Bonga, and Jemerrio Jones to the Washington Wizards and convinced newly-acquired Anthony Davis to waive his trade kicker, which led to LA's cap room rising from $23 million to $32 million over the past weekend. "I wish I could tell you everything I know, but I can't".

The Clippers reportedly are exploring the possibility of signing Jimmy Butler to join Leonard, if Leonard leaves for them in free agency. Kawhi Leonard is a free agent, Danny Green is a free agent, and the team is filled with expiring deals for veterans ready to be moved if need be.

And the Raptors reportedly have been assured they will have the final presentation to make to Leonard after other suitors have made their pitches. Leonard's Raptors held off Durant's Warriors in this year's NBA Finals, during which Durant tore his Achilles tendon in Game 5. If Durant chooses to play elsewhere, he can only receive a max offer of $170 million.

Things are sure to remain fluid as free agency approaches.

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When Durant is able to return, he could be alongside Irving with the Nets or Leonard in New Work or Los Angeles.

However, if Leonard or Irving do not sign with the Lakers, Butler does deserve some consideration.

The Sixers are facing some pivotal decisions with their roster as the organizations championship window appears to be open - but keeping their team together could get very, very expensive in the coming years. "He's played with multiple superstars".

According to Odds Shark, betters have their money heavily set on Leonard re-signing with the Raptors, followed by the Clippers, the Lakers, the Knicks and the Nets.