Reported 76ers 'Realistic' Trade Package Could Get Kawhi Leonard Deal Done

Heather Diaz
July 13, 2018

It's hard to say how much all of this means, as the Raptors front office typically likes to keep things close to their chest until they have an announcement to make, and the rumors have abounded with the Leonard situation, so it could simply be trying to keep the story moving.

But it appears the Raptors are - for now - emerging as favorites to land Leonard.

The Toronto Raptors haven't been considered one of the leaders in the Kawhi Leonard sweepstakes, but at least one sportsbook seems to think a deal might be coming.

The Toronto Raptors are now the betting favorites to make a trade with the San Antonio Spurs in the 2018 National Basketball Association offseason. However, teams like Toronto could look at what happened with Paul George last year, when the Oklahoma City Thunder took a chance by trading for him even though it seemed like he would be a one-year rental. But, in the latest development, there's been some interesting movement on the betting front, as the Toronto Raptors now have the best odds to start next season with the superstar forward on their roster.

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The Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly targeting San Antonio Spurs general manager R.C. Buford as a potential candidate for their vacant GM spot.

So with the league seemingly at an impasse as this saga drags on, here's a proposition for a four-team, blockbuster deal involving the Philadelphia 76ers.

So the Sixers will have to decide if they want to part with two more first-round picks or see if the Spurs will back off those demands.

Leonard's group has stated he would only want to re-sign next summer with a team from the Los Angeles area, which continues to dissuade teams from putting together an attractive package with multiple assets for the Spurs.

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