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  • Kawhi Leonard fine with being in Toronto?
    Kawhi Leonard's primary career and business strategist, Dennis Robertson, shed some light on what it was like for Kawhi when he initially arrived in Toronto.

    Advice: "When you are initially traded somewhere you didn’t asked to be, you don’t want to accept it," Robertson said. "But once you get through that period, the focus then turns to giving your all and performing at a high level. It never had anything to do with the city of Toronto. It wasn’t. Toronto is a beautiful city... That was just an initial reaction, which is normal. But we’re enjoying this run and looking forward to the Finals." There's still a risk that Leonard jets as a free agent this summer, but a solid run in the Finals may be enough to convince him to stay. Yesterday, 4:09 pm
  • TOR 'optimistic' Anunoby will play in Finals
    The Raptors are reportedly "quietly optimistic" that OG Anunoby (appendectomy) will be able to return at some point during the Finals.

    Advice: The Raptors wouldn't say exactly when they expect Anunoby back, which implies that he probably won't be ready for Game 1, but it sounds like there's a chance will see him play in June. Yesterday, 12:46 pm
  • Wizards may consider moving Bradley Beal
    Even though they won't have to give him a supermax extension this summer, Ben Standig reports that the Wizards may still explore moving Bradley Beal for cap relief and future assets.

    Advice: Standig says that the verdict from numerous league sources is that this is the perfect time for the Wiz to move Beal. Teams like the Lakers, Celtics and Knicks are desperate to add star talent and can also put together packages that would put the Wiz in a good spot moving forward. With John Wall (Achilles) likely out for most, if not all, of next season, Washington is in a tough spot to contend in the Eastern Conference. Any deal would likely occur prior to the draft in late-June due to the involvement of first round picks. Beal's fantasy value for next would take a hit with any move out of the Nation's Capital. Yesterday, 7:34 am
  • Report: Butler wouldn't hesitate to join LAL
    Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times reports that Jimmy Butler wouldn't hesitate to join the Lakers if they were to extend him a max contract.

    Advice: Reports surfaced recently that LeBron James had reached out to Butler to gauge his interest on playing in Los Angeles. Butler will have a few suitors this summer, namely the 76ers, Knicks, Nets, Clippers and Lakers. The 76ers have the ability to offer him the most money and years, and probably the best chance to win, but it remains to be seen what Butler values the most heading into what will likely be his last NBA contract. Yesterday, 7:19 am
  • Bucks will make re-signing Lopez a 'priority'
    Brook Lopez will be a priority for the Bucks in free agency this season, according to ESPN's Malika Andrews.

    Advice: Lopez signed in Milwaukee for just one year after the Lakers decided they didn't want to re-sign him last summer. His one year deal was very cheap and team-friendly, but his next deal will almost certainly not be. The Bucks have a bunch of key free agents this offseason, but it seems like Lopez and Khris Middleton will be at the top of their list of players to retain. Lopez is a perfect fit next to likely-MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and played quite well in the postseason. Yesterday, 6:56 am

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