Kawhi Leonard Not Enamored With Idea Of Playing With LeBron James

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That guy who just spent the last two years beating LeBron James in the NBA Finals? "That is not the information that I got but I will tell you what I did hear is that behind the scenes, Kevin Durant was like 'Why would I do that?" Smith said that he does not know what Durant said in response to James, but does know what Durant said to other people.

Lakers are in urge to trade for arguably the best two-way player in the league, Kawhi Leonard, and one of the greatest to ever play, LeBron James.

According to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, LeBron has texted KD about coming to Los Angeles but the reigning, two-time NBA Finals MVP isn't interested in breaking up the Golden State Warriors.

According to ESPN reporters Adrian Wojnarowski, Ramona Shelburne and Brian Windhorst, the Lakers' front office is feeling the heat to make a move to bring Leonard into the fold before LeBron James makes a decision to become an unrestricted free agent on Friday.

The NBA season has come to an end, and with it, the much-anticipated summer of Lebron James has arrived. Two years ago, plans had been set in motion to make a sequel to the original film, which starred Hall of Famer Michael Jordan more than two decades ago.

More news: Kawhi Leonard Wants To Leave San Antonio, Eyes Los Angeles Or Cleveland

The Spurs have wanted to find a way to fix the franchise's relationship with Leonard, but an overwhelming Lakers offer could convince San Antonio to part with its franchise star, league sources said.

There have been some rumors that James doesn't want to join the Lakers unless there is another superstar that he will be joining.

As arguably the top two players in the National Basketball Association, it's hard to fathom James and Durant joining forces.

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