Leonard has one year left on his contract before he can become a free agent.
According to Chris Mannix of Yahoo Sports the hierarch San Antonio will at no stage start actively shopping the 2014 Finals MVP, but they will be prepared to listen to offers that teams bring to them.
Lakers star Kyle Kuzma added to the discussion on Wednesday night with a tweet that put Lakers fans into a frenzy. Part of the reason why better offers have seemingly not been made is likely because many around the National Basketball Association believe that Leonard has already chose to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers next summer when his contract ends.
Compared to the other offers that are reportedly on the table, it seems that the Cavs may be offering the best deal for Leonard now. It's exactly what the Indiana Pacers did a year ago by trading Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder when they were informed that the forward would sign elsewhere the following summer.
For now, Kawhi remains a member of the Spurs. Leonard is a bona fide top-five player.
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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.
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 past year when they traded up to select Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks 25th overall, those prospects seldom turn into starters, let alone solid role players. "Teams can go decades without acquiring a player that good".
LaMarcus Aldridge asked to be traded last summer when he was unhappy with the Spurs. This move has all of the signs of them potentially looking for something bigger, but a big deal might not fall into place.
The San Antonio Spurs-Kawhi Leonard saga continues to get messier.