The Spurs "could care less if their 27-year-old superstar is unhappy" and they are "not in a rush to move him," according to Yahoo Sports.
The 76ers may be the team with the best chance of acquiring Kawhi Leonard in a trade.
The deal works for both sides, with the Nuggets shedding Wilson's $12.8M salary and the 76ers getting a starting-caliber small forward.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the deal is worth $12 million to $13 million.
San Antonio has not asked the 76ers to include stars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons in a potential trade, Yahoo Sports reports.
Philadelphia is doing everything it can to land LeBron James, including acquiring Kawhi Leonard in a trade with the Spurs.
The Sixers have enough salary cap space to sign James to a $35.6 million annual max contract.
Leonard has averaged 16.3 points and 6.2 rebounds per game over his seven-year career.
The All-Star forward remains "seriously interested" in staying in OKC, but the Lakers, Rockets and 76ers reportedly are interested, too.
Ben Simmons says he is "living in the moment" after being named MBA Rookie of the Year, but he also has big ambitions for the future.