Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler could team up on the Clippers

Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler could team up on the Clippers

Earlier Wednesday, Wojnarowski reported the Clippers, Brooklyn Nets, and New York Knicks were considered Butler's preferred destinations, though Los Angeles looks to have gained a slight edge. But if the C's have a strong 2018-19 campaign (as they're expected to) and Butler joins the Clippers rather than the Knicks or Nets, Irving may be less tempted to skip town, deciding instead to re-sign in Boston long-term.

The Clips will be able to offer two max contracts to free agents next summer.

However, the Clippers do have the best assets to offer the Timberwolves, and assuming Thibodeau is in win-now mode (which he likely is), a package from the Clippers would be the most favorable.

T-Wolves coach Tom Thibodeau has been resistant to the idea of trading Butler but is running out of options with the team's training camp set to start on Tuesday.

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Oh, and there's also the report that Butler and Irving had an interest in teaming up somewhere within the East.

Kawhi Leonard is yet to play a competitive game for the Toronto Raptors but there is already serious talk about him leaving the team next summer in free agency.

With the remaining money that LA would have after extending Butler, there would be enough left over to sign another player to a max deal - and there is no shortage of top-tier talent available next summer. They can also have younger, developing talents like Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Jerome Robinson and Tyrone Wallace, but it remains to be seen if L.A. would part with these players.

As such, a future squad highlighted by Gilgeous-Alexander with Butler and Leonard on the perimeter is certain to contend in the Western Conference.