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Though it’s been reported free-agent forward Kevin Durant will have meetings with four teams, he and Kawhi Leonard have been talking about scenarios that could include them playing for the same team, according to Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.
At this point, there are two teams that are clear possibilities for that to come to fruition — the Los Angeles Clippers and the New York Knicks — according to the report.
While Durant and Leonard are both planning meetings with multiple teams, only the Clippers and the Knicks have both the salary-cap space and the common interest to sign both of the superstar forwards.
While the Brooklyn Nets could also sign both Durant and Leonard, but have been heavily linked to guard Kyrie Irving, with Durant’s name also being frequently mentioned.
NBA free agency tips off Sunday night.