The drama between Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs has reportedly run its course. Here are seven thoughts on the pending divorce.
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 16 Jun
Where will Kawhi Leonard play next season? It’s THE question going around the NBA right now. Everybody wants in the bidding — Orlando and Sacramento have leaked they would make offers — but o…
by: Bryan Kalbrosky — USA Today: Hoops Hype 16 Jun
The Phoenix Suns could be a dark-horse team to watch as the San Antonio Spurs start considering Kawhi Leonard trade offers.
Kawhi Leonard trade reports put pressure on Magic Johnson to pull off Lakers superteam - CBSSports.com
by: Colin Ward-Henninger — CBS Sports 16 Jun
Kawhi's trade request puts the Lakers in position to create a real threat to the Warriors
by: Nico Martinez — Fadeaway World 16 Jun
The internet broke today, and it's all thanks to Kawhi Leonard. Once news broke of his desire to leave the Spurs, the
by: NBC Sports Philadelphia — Yahoo Sports 16 Jun
Speaking with Mike Missanelli on Friday, Brett Brown explained the aggressive approach he wants the Sixers to take in free agency. By Noah Levick
by: The Guardian — Yahoo Sports 15 Jun
San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard is a two-time All-NBA first team choice. Two-time All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard “wants out” with the San Antonio Spurs and is eyeing a move to the Los Angeles Lakers according to multiple reports.
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 15 Jun
The most coveted free agent this year is Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James.
by: Dan Favale — Bleacher Report 15 Jun
Kawhi Leonard is breaking Tim Duncan's heart. After seven seasons, two Defensive Player of the Year awards, one championship and one Finals MVP, the 26-year-old megastar is ready ...
by: Josh Martin — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 15 Jun
Reports of Kawhi Leonard wanting out from the San Antonio Spurs and in with the Los Angeles Lakers sent fans of the Purple and Gold into a frenzy on Friday. But just because the two-time All-Star, …
by: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 15 Jun
Nothing could be better for the Warriors or their fans than a legitimate rivalry with Lakers if LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard join forces.