Most of the general rumblings from around the internets suggest Kawhi Leonard is heading to the Lakers.
It makes sense, considering living in Southern California is reportedly a big deal for Leonard and the Clippers can’t pair him with another star.
But how much do any of us really know?
Leonard has told teams that any leaks will hurt their chances of signing him, according to Adrian Wojnarowski, and so far his efforts have been successful.
As a result, no one actually seems to know anything.
The Lakers can be as confident as they want, but as I write this Leonard has only recently arrived in Toronto, with TV helicopters hot on his tail like some sort of police chase.
The Raptors have been granted the final meeting and it stands to reason that there’s still a chance they could sway him.
As far as anyone knows, anything and everything is still in play.
And with no juicy leaks to feed on, all we can hope for at this point is for Kawhi to put us all out of our misery sooner rather than later.
Raul Neto – Philadelphia 76ers (1 year, $1.7M)
Jake Layman – Minnesota Timberwolves (3 years, $11.5M)
TJ McConnell – Indiana Pacers (2 years, $7M)
Markieff Morris – Detroit Pistons
Boban Marjanovic – Dallas Mavericks (2 years, $7 million)
Darius Miller – New Orleans Pelicans (2 years, $14.2M)
Phoenix Suns receive: Kyle Korver, Jevon Carter
Memphis Grizzlies receive: DeAnthony Melton, Josh Jackson, two second-round picks
Atlanta Hawks receive: Chandler Parsons
Memphis Grizzlies receive: Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee
Ben Simmons – Philadelphia 76ers (5 year, $168M extension offer)
Isaiah Thomas – Washington Wizards (1 year, $2.6M)
Willie Cauley-Stein – Golden State Warriors
Wilson Chandler – Brooklyn Nets (1 year, $2.5M)
Emmanuel Mudiay – Utah Jazz (1 year)
Luke Kornet – Chicago Bulls (2 years)
Jared Dudley – LA Lakers (1 year, $2.6M)
Jeff Green – Utah Jazz (1 year, $2.5M)
Noah Vonleh – Minnesota Timberwolves (1 year)
Glenn Robinson III – Golden State Warriors (2 years)
Ryan Arcidiacono – Chicago Bulls (3 years, $9M)
James Ennis – Philadelphia 76ers (2 years, $4.1M)
Daniel Theis – Boston Celtics (2 years, $10M)
Dorian Finney-Smith – Dallas Mavericks (3 years, $12M)
Anthony Tolliver – Portland Trail Blazers (1 year, $2.6M)
Kevon Looney – Golden State Warriors (3 years, $15M)
Seth Curry – Dallas Mavericks (4 years, $32M)
Austin Rivers – Houston Rockets (2 years)
Corey Joseph – Sacramento Kings (3 years, $37M)
Jordan Bell – Minnesota Timberwolves (1 year, $1.6M)
Tim Frazier – Detroit Pistons (1 year, $2M)
Frank Kaminsky – Phoenix Suns (2 years, $10M)
Wesley Matthews – Milwaukee Bucks (1 year, $2.5M)
Richaun Holmes – Sacramento Kings (2 years, $10M)
JJ Barea – Dallas Mavericks (1 year, $2.5M)
Enes Kanter – Boston Celtics (2 years, $10M)
Maxi Kleber – Dallas Mavericks (4 years, $35M)
Elfrid Payton – New York Knicks (2 years, $16M)
Troy Daniels – LA Lakers (1 year, $2.1M)
Michael Carter-Williams – Orlando Magic (1 year)
Wayne Ellington – New York Knicks (2 years, $16M)
Tomas Satoransky – Chicago Bulls (3 years, $30M)
Ish Smith – Washington Wizards (2 years, $12M)
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