(Kawhi can opt out of his contract following next season and become an unrestricted free agent).
Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs looks on during the first half of a game against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on November 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. It was reported by multiple outlets Friday that Leonard wants to be traded by the Spurs. He is eligible to receive a five-year $219 million contract extension from the Spurs this summer. "He's gone from something that was just gifted physically and then you saw the emergence of like a really, he might be the best two-way player in the National Basketball Association". First, they need to try to get face-to-face with Leonard and hear what he has to say rather than making a franchise-changing transaction based on reports from anonymous sources.
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"How do you put together a group of talent but also a group of minds to be able to compete with Golden State, to be able to compete for a championship?" And would a top-heavy team of James, George, Leonard, and little else really be enough to take down the deep and championship-laden Warriors? Chris Sheridan has reported for GetMetSports.com that the Spurs won't trade Leonard to a Western Conference team, and others have speculated just as much. Both also have young players and draft picks to send San Antonio's way. Brandon Ingram could be the ideal replacement for Leonard in the wing, while Kyle Kuzma will be teaming up with LaMarcus Aldridge in the Spurs' frontcourt.
Would Kawhi Leonard be a good fit on the Nuggets? A significant trade was made on draft night in 2017, with Jimmy Butler going to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and Leonard could be the big name on the move this year.
As for James, he's spending time with family and mulling where he wants to play - next season and beyond.