Cavs called Spurs about Leonard

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs gets introduced into the starting lineup against the Sacramento Kings on November 16, 2016 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

But so many more would need to drop for this to work, and no one can be sure that the first domino will even hit a second.

Uneasy feelings surrounding the Spurs' handling of Leonard's quad injury have compelled San Antonio's franchise player to request a trade to Los Angeles, preferably the Lakers.

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When news broke that Kawhi Leonard reportedly wanted out of San Antonio, it did not take long for more reports of teams lining up to trade for Leonard's services.

James, who will turn 34 in December, is coming off maybe the best season he's ever had.

LeBron James can return to free agency by opting out of the final year of his contract in the next two weeks. You don't give up on a two-way talent like Leonard, who is only 26, until you are absolutely certain you can't fix the relationship. Former Cavs general manager David Griffin recently spoke on SiriusXM radio about the possibility of a Leonard trade. And the Philadelphia 76ers can put together a great one as well. James said last week.

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While LeBron James and Paul George have been the most talked about superstars, a new name has seriously entered the fray in Kawhi Leonard.

The Spurs can offer Leonard a contract extension for five additional years and $219 million. "I just do not believe they're going to take a stance of, 'We will absolutely not trade him in the Western Conference.' They're going to make the best trade they can make if they have to". Would he really say no to that kind of money?

Now, he apparently wishes to be traded, and the speculation regarding where he might end up is at a fever pitch.

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Of course, the Spurs are not at all required to grant Leonard a trade to a team of his choosing, and the Lakers aren't the only squad inquiring about a potential deal.

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