Over the weekend, the Raptors lost NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard to the Clippers, so what should the champs do going forward? SI senior writer Chris Mannix joins SI Now to break down whether Toronto should tear its roster apart.
Kawhi Leonard has been tremendous throughout the postseason, but the rest of Toronto's roster has struggled of late. How will the Raptors' series against the Sixers potentially impact Leonard's future? SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell weigh in.
Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard leads the playoffs in total points, rebounds and steals, becoming the first player to lead in those three categories since Larry Bird in 1984. Has Kawhi staked his claim as the NBA's best player?
According to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, Kawhi Leonard will decline his player option and become an unrestricted free agent. Although the two-time Finals MVP is still reportedly "strongly considering" staying in Toronto, would it be better for the league if he goes to Los Angeles?
The Toronto Raptors added Marc Gasol to their already potent lineup. Will this be enough to this entice Kawhi Leonard to stay in Toronto?
As long as Kawhi Leonard does not sit the entire season, the Toronto Raptors could wind up contending for the Eastern Conference title.