Top News
Bar use of ‘mental’ & ‘mad’ jibe: Psychiatry body to poll panel  ||   University of Georgia fraternity suspended after racist video circulates online  ||   Barbra Streisand is 'profoundly sorry' for controversial remarks on Michael Jackson accusers  ||   DRDO sat that will sniff out enemy radars to be launched on April 1  ||   60% chance of El Nino during monsoon: US  ||   Mueller report: Conclusions of investigation into Russia, Trump campaign to be delivered Sunday to Congress  ||   Biden leads Trump by 7 percentage points in hypothetical 2020 matchup, poll finds  ||   Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ totally kills it at the box office: $70.3M debut  ||   Lewis, Flagler lift Presbyterian over Robert Morris in CIT  ||   Holtby sharp as Capitals beat Flyers to end losing streak  ||   The Latest: Keselowski wins first stage at Martinsville  ||   'Apparent suicide' claims second Parkland school shooting survivor in a week  ||   TOI report triggers Twitter spat between Sushma Swaraj, Pak minister  ||   Mueller report: Conclusions of investigation into Russia, Trump campaign to be delivered Sunday to Congress  ||   Georgia Tech announces death of DT Brandon Adams  ||   One memorable photo from every NCAA tourney game  ||   Tennessee blows 25-point lead and then survives Iowa in overtime to reach NCAA Sweet 16  ||   In defense of cable, and the joy of scrolling up and down a remote  ||   Indians sign veteran infielder Brad Miller  ||   Mumbai’s car density 5 times that of Delhi  ||            

Raptors are co-favorites to acquire Kawhi Leonard  8 Months ago

Source:   USA Today  

You want NBA offseason tea leaves to read? You got 'em.

Notice anything here? (Yeah, I know - the headline gave it away.)

Hmmmm. The Toronto Raptors are co-favorites to have Kawhi Leonard on their roster by next season.

This could mean a few things:

1. Nothing.

2. The talk of Leonard to the Raptors as a possibility sent bettors to their betting establishments and drove up his odds.

3. Oddsmakers know something we don't.

Who knows? What I do know is if the San Antonio Spurs are trying to get the best return for the reportedly disgruntled Leonard, the Raps would be a good choice - they might get back DeMar DeRozan and a young player or two like OG Anunoby or Delon Wright, and maybe picks, too.

Of course, this is the Paul George scenario all over again - do the Raptors pull off a move like that in the hopes they can convince Leonard to stay long-term?

This is all speculation. For now, all you can say is the Raps make an intriguing trading partner with the Spurs … and the odds seem to say the same.

MORE:

How Ricky Stenhouse Jr. infuriated both Kyle and Kurt Busch in NASCAR race

World Cup fans roast Croatia player who got sent home after the opening match

An insane three-way all-in hand decided the World Series of Poker Main Event final table

10 fantasy football potential busts we're irrationally nervous about in 2018

Artist completely paints over his LeBron James Lakers mural in Los Angeles

More News
About Us Terms & Conditions Disclaimer
Advertise Contact
register and win

NRIS.COM is one of the premier NRI website that provides a range of resourceful services to Indian expats residing in the USA. Visiting the site you will find comprehensive information related to restaurants, casinos, pubs, temples, carpool, movies, education, real estate, and forums. The simple and easy to navigate format allows NRIs to gain information within a fraction of a second. Moreover, advertising through its column of Indian free classifieds in USA allow businesses to improve visibility of their brand.

IN NRI's Chat (0 Users Online)