RUMOR: Cavs don’t think they have enough to trade for Kawhi Leonard

Posted June 21, 2018

Leonard met with Gregg Popovich Tuesday evening to seemingly try and talk through some of the underlying issues that have led him to this point. Furthermore, Leonard reportedly plans on telling other potential suitors that he won't re-sign with them in 2019 when he becomes a free agent, as he prepares to sign in LA. While George is a perennial All-Star and likely a top-15 player, Leonard is on a different level. Making it clear that he'll leave San Antonio next summer could force the Spurs to trade Leonard out of fear that they will soon lose him for nothing.

That's doesn't include 2017 second-round pick Jonah Bolden, who spent last season playing overseas for Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israel Premier League. Popovich even suggested that Leonard might be better than LeBron James a year ago.

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According to Marc J. Spears of ESPN, the 6-foot-5 guard is being eyed by the Philadelphia 76ers as their first pick in the draft.

With only three-four potential openings on their roster going into 2018, free agency notwithstanding, the 76ers simply can't keep five, let alone six players moving forward, and while they could obviously draft a foreign player and stash them overseas, like they did previous year when they traded up to select Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks 25th overall, those prospects seldom turn into starters, let alone solid role players. Popovich told the big man that they wouldn't deal him, and the two sides eventually made it work.

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"Even so, teams will look hard". He doesn't complain about a darn thing. According to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, Leonard is determined to get to Los Angeles, one way or another. In most National Basketball Association trade rumors linking Celtics to Leonard, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown emerged as the likely trade piece Boston will send to San Antonio.

The Lakers have been working out a lot of players and they might have found one that they believe could be a help for them this coming season.

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