The Clippers are viewed as the most likely destination for the three-time NBA All-Star when free agency opens.
The Clippers and Mavericks continue to be linked to the 33-year-old forward, according to a report from the Boston Herald.
This is if Kawhi Leonard decides to leave Toronto at all.
With Anthony Davis going to the Lakers, it's hard not to think they'll win the Western Conference.
The NBA fined Doc Rivers for comparing reported Los Angeles Clippers target Kawhi Leonard to the great Michael Jordan.
Rivers’ quote raised plenty of eyebrows because the Clippers are the heavy favorite to sign Leonard in free agency.
Kevin Durant appears like he may consider the Los Angeles Clippers via free agency, according to Kendrick Perkins.
“Everybody keeps screaming New York but do not be surprised if KD signs (with Los Angeles),” Perkins told FS1.
The Hall of Famer and longtime NBA executive, who will turn 81 at the end of this month, has been the team's consultant since June 2017.
The Raptors fully believe they'll have a chance to keep Kawhi Leonard.