The 76ers are willing to walk away from the Kawhi Leonard sweepstakes.
Now, the latest betting odds from OddsShark has the Raptors pegged as the favorites to acquire Leonard.
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It's probably a longshot, but it is interesting to see that Toronto is being talked about alongside National Basketball Association heavyweights like the Los Angeles Lakers - Leonard's preferred choice - the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers. It would most likely begin with DeMar DeRozan, the Raptors wing who fits best to fill out the salary of the trade, and at 28, the All-NBA wing could be seen as a player who can help the Spurs remain relevant. His most desirable destination would be one of the Los Angeles teams, seeing as how Leonard is an L.A. resident - preferably the Clippers now that James has taken over the Lakers half of the city.
San Antonio Spurs All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard wants to be traded and there is no shortage of teams lining up to get him.
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The Toronto Raptors were the #1 seed in the East past year, but they were swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second straight season.
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Despite their worsening relationship with Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs are still hoping that they can get valuable assets that could keep them competitive in the Western Conference. Leonard played in only nine games in 2017-18, scoring 16.2 points a night, well below his average of 25.5 in 2016-17. All in all, it's not a bad deal and not a robbery by any means. Despite saying that he will only sign with the Los Angeles Lakers when he becomes an unrestricted free agent next summer, Chris Haynes of ESPN revealed that Leonard is now also giving the Sixers a consideration.