The Clippers are viewed as the most likely destination for the three-time NBA All-Star when free agency opens.
The Raptors didn't come close to the Finals until the arrival of Leonard, and they made changes to build around him for a championship run.
Danny Green feels the Toronto Raptors are the frontrunners to retain Kawhi Leonard.
Leonard is “seriously considering re-signing” with the Raptors and they’re viewed as the “favorite to land” him, according to Yahoo Sports.
"I think it’s a higher percentage for him to be here than to leave,” Green said during Hoops Talk, via Sportsnet.
The sheriff's office went as far as showing the photos of the Raptors president to a Canadian newspaper, The Globe and Mail.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau already has extended an invite to the Raptors to visit Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
John Tory took a rather rare approach in asking fans to respect Raptors star Kawhi Leonard.
The Wizards will reportedly wait until after Thursday’s NBA Draft and the start of free agency later this month to find a new president.
This is if Kawhi Leonard decides to leave Toronto at all.