Clearly they'd rather not move on from inarguably one of the top five or so players in the National Basketball Association, and their current stance is completely reflective of that belief.
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Spurs coach Gregg Popovich traveled to Southern California to speak with Leonard, according to Sams Charania of Yahoo Sports. Making it clear that he'll leave San Antonio next summer could force the Spurs to trade Leonard out of fear that they will soon lose him for nothing. Furthermore, Leonard reportedly plans on telling other potential suitors that he won't re-sign with them in 2019 when he becomes a free agent, as he prepares to sign in LA. With plenty of young assets, the Lakers could have packaged something together to acquire said player and try for an immediate rebuild around said player. While trading for Leonard would likely be the main goal, they could also be thinking about moving up in the first round.
There are parallels between George's situation a year ago and the current one with Leonard. They now have a plethora of trade assets that can convince the Spurs to make a deal.
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Perhaps the Spurs will get an offer that they simply can't refuse, but they don't seem eager to give him away simply because he wants to play elsewhere. They've made smart move after smart move over the a year ago or so; we will see if they continue them and hold off the temptation to drain their roster and assets. This move has all of the signs of them potentially looking for something bigger, but a big deal might not fall into place.
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