Also this offseason, Leonard was among the several National Basketball Association players who worked out together at UCLA. Well, he explained as much on a recent appearance on Adrian Wojnarowski's podcast, The Woj Pod. I can't predict or tell you. We might not be the best ones in weather, but we might be the best ones in many other [categories]. It's a great city and the fans are incredible.
"I don't know where his mind is at for the future".
We are who we are.
There have also been numerous reports that Leonard is determined to sign with one of his hometown Los Angeles NBA clubs next summer.
"At some point, you have to put yourself out there, and honestly, there's no reason to be afraid of that", Ujiri said of the risk the Raptors took. That's what we're talking about, and we weighed those chances of getting a player that's the calibre of Leonard, and yes, the risk of injury, the risk of does he want to stay.
Furthermore, the purple-and-gold made a plethora of one-year deals, keeping the utmost flexibility heading into the summer of 2019, time in which they will be surefire bidders in The Klaw and his services. We're not going to question ourselves. It is an huge risk considering not only Leonard's questionable health - he played just nine games last season due to a mysterious quad injury - but the fact that he'll be an unrestricted free agent next summer and has expressed near constant interest in playing in Los Angeles. Per Ujiri, there hasn't been an official verdict on what Leonard's restrictions - if any - may be once training camp begins in a few weeks, but he noted that Leonard has ramped up his training.