"Call it the Celtics by a nose."
by: Mark.Suleymanov@performgroup.com (Mark Suleymanov) — Sporting News 19 Jul
While DeMar DeRozan and Kawhi Leonard have received most of the attention in the aftermath of Wednesday's blockbuster trade, Danny Green's potential impact for Toronto cannot be overlooked.
by: Zach Weisleder — Fadeaway World 19 Jul
How business decisions triumph loyalty in the modern-day NBA. Assuming full cooperation from Toronto’s newly acquired superstar, Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors’ versatility
by: Donnovan Bennett — Sportsnet 19 Jul
With the Toronto faithful's responses ranging from bewilderment to disgust, here are nine reasons Raptors fans should rejoice, not rebel, about the Kawhi Leonard trade.
by: Jesse Blanchard — Clutchpoints 19 Jul
The last time the basketball world caught a glimpse of a fully-realized Kawhi Leonard, he was almost singlehandedly kicking the Golden State Warriors’ ass. With a superior supporting cast to the 2016-17 San Antonio Spurs, the Toronto Raptors—with Leonard—
by: email@example.com (Sean Deveney) — Sporting News 19 Jul
There are rumors flying about the Raptors making a deal for surly Spurs star Kawhi Leonard, but a trade wouldn't make much sense for either side.
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 19 Jul
Kawhi Leonard did not only cross conferences, but also jumped over the nation’s border after he was traded to the Toronto Raptors by the San Antonio Spurs. There have been reports that say Leonard is not planning to stay in Toronto beyond the 2018-19...
by: Andrew Sharp and Ben Golliver July 18, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 19 Jul
Masai Ujiri's acquisition of Kawhi Leonard from the Spurs was the type of risk the Raptors needed to take after hitting a hard ceiling in the playoffs the past couple years.
by: Frank Zicarelli — Toronto Sun 18 Jul
Now that the reverberations from Wednesday’s blockbuster trade have somewhat subsided — and for some, the shock will take more time to sufficiently heal — the bottom line is business and nothing more than business.
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports 18 Jul
Trading for Kawhi Leonard when he clearly doesn't want to come to your team is a risk. It's also a risk the Raptors needed to take.
by: Jesse Cinquini — Fansided: Hardwood Houdini 18 Jul
Early this morning, news broke out that Kawhi Leonard will be traded to the Toronto Raptors. How does this trade impact the Boston Celtics, and are they st...