Free specialist Kawhi Leonard will meet with the Los Angeles Clippers on July 2, as indicated by The Athletic's Frank Isola.
While the Knicks are arranging a forceful quest for Leonard, as SNY's Ian Begley has revealed, the double cross NBA Finals MVP allegedly has his sights set on the Clippers, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski announced a week ago.
That said, Leonard is also seriously considering re-signing with the NBA champion Raptors, according to Yahoo! Sports' Chris Haynes, as Toronto is the only team that can offer him a five-year max deal.
The Knicks, who have ennough compensation top space to sign two free specialists to max bargains, and the Clippers can offer him a four-year, $140 million max bargain, while the Raptors are the main group that can offer a five-year, $190 million contract.
The sportsbook Odds Shark records the Raptors as the most loved to arrive Leonard in free office at - 225 chances, trailed by the Clippers (+175), Los Angeles Lakers (+800), Knicks (+1400) and Brooklyn Nets (+1600).
Leonard, 27, found the middle value of 26.6 focuses, 7.3 bounce back, 3.3 helps and 1.8 stesls with the Raptors last season. A three-time All-Star and double cross Defensive Player of the Year, he has arrived at the midpoint of 17.7 focuses, 6.3 bounce back, 2.4 helps and 1.8 takes in his profession.