LeBron James continues to dominate sports headlines with many speculating that he is set to sign a contract this summer with only one of two teams-the Cleveland Cavaliers or Los Angeles Lakers. With at least three teams packaging hefty deals which include draft picks and young, high upside players in exchange for Kawhi Leonard. The Lakers also are reportedly seeking to trade for Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs. After rupturing a quad tendon during Game 2 of the Spurs' 2017 Western Conference semifinals series with the Houston Rockets on May 5, Parker returned to game action November 27. George is from Palmdale, California, northwest of Los Angeles, and Leonard is from Riverside, 88km east.
According to ESPN, the Lakers have re-engaged the Spurs about a trade package centered around Leonard.
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Magic Johnson said earlier this week that he'd step down as team president if the Lakers can't land some big-name free agents by next summer. Los Angeles has yet to sign 25th overall pick Mo Wagner, meaning his rights can potentially be included in a trade; the Lakers are also willing to take on salary in order to facilitate a deal for an additional first-round pick, according to ESPN.
James has until Friday to opt out of his contract with the Cavs but is expected to become the most coveted player on the market when free agency opens Sunday at midnight ET. This should all but erase any thoughts the Lakers have about waiting a year for Leonard.
James has played in the NBA Finals eight consecutive seasons. Wojnarowski reported that the Spurs "have always been most intrigued" with the numerous "trade assets" possessed by the Celtics, while the 76ers, with their own impressive war chest, have been suggested by many as potentially strong suitors this summer for Leonard, James or both.