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12 July 2018, 03:26 | Pamela Mathis
GETTYThe Sixers would likely have to part with Markelle Fultz to agree a deal for Leonard
While there are restricted free agents still available, the biggest names in free agency have found homes.
Leonard reportedly had expressed his interest to get shipped to the Los Angeles Lakers, but any discussions linking him to La La Land have ebbed significantly, especially after the Lakers' acquisition of LeBron James.
Kevin Durant re-upped on a short-term deal with the Golden State Warriors, Chris Paul returned to the Houston Rockets on a four-year mega contract, and Paul George broke the bank re-signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
But the biggest trade piece in the National Basketball Association remains on the market. Kawhi Leonard is most certainly unhappy with his situation with the San Antonio Spurs.
The Leonard-Spurs saga has seemingly lingered for months now.
The 76ers are willing to walk away from the Kawhi Leonard sweepstakes.
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