Don't rule the Clippers out of the Kawhi Leonard sweepstakes just yet.
The two-time All-Star remains a "high offseason priority" for the Clippers as ESPN reported Sunday that the team hasn't "abandoned pursuit" of acquiring Leonard.
Leonard reportedly requested a trade out of San Antonio earlier this month and the Spurs have been in serious talks with a number of teams on Leonard's list. The Lakers have been at the top of Leonard's list, but the conversations "have not been really aggressive in the last few days," according to ESPN.
The Celtics, 76ers and Cavaliers have all submitted offers for Leonard, according to a separate report from ESPN. However, the Spurs likely won't agree to a cheap deal for their star guard.