Toronto Raptors, of course, is focusing on doing everything in their power to show why Kauchi Leonard has to stay with the franchise after the season 2018-19.
It is worth considering, however, that the other player in San Antonio Masayi Uziri, the merchant who sent DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and the first round of 2019, who is another free agent next summer.
Danny Green has become a major element of the Toronto Raptors puzzle that had 21-7 league points by leading the league in the individual net rating of plus 17.2 with a good defense ratio and firing with the best 42.7% of the rainbow. He has made critical plays down the victories over Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors at home, and even hit a bell beating game at the Orlando winner against the Magic.
The 31-year-old player looks very much like the player who plays an important role in the NBA Finals in 2013 and 2014, and hinted he likes to return to Toronto after this season on Sunday.
"They believe that if they keep Cowie, then they can keep me, I guess," Green said when he appeared on the report of Belina Full 48 podcast. "You do not have to keep it for me.
The former NBA champion then expressed his belief in the current repetition of raptors and that keeping everyone around can be a huge franchise opportunity.
"It would be great to have both of us because we think we have something special here in Toronto with the main group and if we can all keep together and keep growing, I think we can change the organization around as something different."
The Green is clinging to Canadian fans before becoming a rapporter. Over the past 10 years, Zele is a visiting coach at Olympia Sports Camp in Huntsville, Ontas, helping community children develop in their game.
He made several public appearances as he presented Toronto to the court in an attempt to continue to deal with the fan base, and if the raptors eventually failed to keep Leonard beyond this season, the expansion of the Green would at least help soften the blow.