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For the first time since January, Kawhi Leonard could be on the verge of stepping foot on the court publicly.
As players prepare to head to Las Vegas for the USA Basketball minicamp next week, Leonard could be a participant. The Spurs forward, who recently became eligible for a supermax deal worth roughly $219 million, has not fully committed to attending the camp but has not ruled out the possibility, either, according to league sources.
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Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, who will serve as USA Basketball head coach, will also be in attendance when the team gathers on July 23.
In this week's Spurs Insider podcast, beat reporter Jabari Young discusses the possibility of Leonard not only attending the minicamp but commenting on his trade request, and the likelihood of Leonard remaining a Spur.
The podcast also includes a discussion on Tony Parker's decision to leave the Spurs and sign with the Charlotte Hornets, why the team will miss Kyle Anderson, who recently agreed to a four-year, $37 million deal with the Memphis Grizzlies.