Kawhi Leonard is still a member of the San Antonio Spurs, despite numerous reports that the team is "ready" to move on from the former NBA Finals MVP. They have better odds than the Spurs, better odds than the Lakers, betters odds than the 76ers, better odds than the Celtics, better odds than every other team.
Kawhi Leonard's hive-mind of his uncle's friends decided that the two-way superstar would be playing in Los Angeles next season, and agreed that Kawhi wouldn't set foot on the court for another team.
The Sixers could offer a combination of young players and drafts picks to the Spurs for Kawhi Leonard.
While there's been no concrete reporting that Toronto is actively trying to break up their starting backcourt, there's been plenty of speculation that the team would look to trade one of their All-Stars.
The Toronto Raptors were the #1 seed in the East previous year, but they were swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second straight season. The Raptors don't have any developing players that would be considered untouchable. That is, assuming the Spurs would be interested in such a deal.
According to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer, it is believed that the Sixers would have a hard time getting Buford to leave San Antonio for Philly.
The Philadelphia 76ers are reportedly targeting San Antonio Spurs general manager R.C. Buford as a potential candidate for their vacant GM spot.
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, 27, has one year remaining on his contract, meaning any team willing to trade for him would likely need to be assured ahead of time that he'd sign a contract extension.