Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs looks for a pass while under pressure from LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers during the second half at Quicken Loans Arena on January 30, 2016 in Cleveland. Despite having a one-on-one conversation with Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich, Leonard still wants his way out of San Antonio and reportedly sees Los Angeles as his preferred trade destination.
The Los Angles Clippers are another team that interests Leonard.
That opens the door for a handful of teams in the Eastern Conference gunning for a star on the trade market, including the Cavs.
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There is no shortage of National Basketball Association teams that are interested in acquiring San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard, it just remains to be seen which team can come up with the best package for the 26-year old All-Star. However, it seems like the Spurs don't want to add another headache to their organization, not Lonzo but his controversial father LaVar Ball.
A separate report from The Athletic linked the Phoenix Suns to Leonard.
Even if the Cavs did have the assets it would take to entice San Antonio into a deal, they'd put themselves into a situation the Thunder are dealing with now with Paul George itching to get out of town and on to L.A. after just one season, while Victor Oladipo blossoms Indiana.
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With LeBron James potentially becoming eligible for free agency in a couple of weeks, the Cleveland Cavaliers are apparently getting in on the Kawhi Leonard trade talks. It will also allow them to dump Luol Deng and the remaining two years and $36.8 million on his contract.
Meanwhile, the Spurs will be acquiring two young and talented players that could help them reshape their future.
"Neither the Lakers nor Clippers have had trade discussions with the Spurs, as both teams have concerns about the severity of Leonard's injury", Ganguli wrote. Leonard played in just nine regular-season games for the Spurs in 2017-18 and did not play in the postseason either.
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A few obstacles stand in the way of Cleveland pulling off a deal for Leonard.