IT seems the San Antonio Spurs have finally found a trading partner for Kawhi Leonard.
The Spurs are finalizing a deal with Toronto to ship the disgruntled Leonard to the Raptors in a package that features Demar Derozan.
Adrian Wojnarowski and Chris Haynes of ESPN reported the news on Wednesday, saying an agreement could be reached "as soon as Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time)."
ESPN reported that the Spurs and Raptors have been negotiating for two weeks, trying to meet halfway on a trading package, according to NBA sources.
Leonard has wanted out of San Antonio, but has been desiring to wear a Los Angeles Lakers jersey, although the Spurs have been adamant not to give away their prized ward to a Western conference rival.
Derozan, who turns 29 on August 7, averaged 23 points on 45.6-percent shooting, 5.2 assists, 3.9 boards, and 1.1 steals in 80 regular-season games for the Raptors last season.