Kawhi Leonard attempts a shot against the Golden State Warriors during Game Six of the 2019 NBA Finals. Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images/AFP
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with Raptors hangs over team's NBA titleLeonard, whom the Raptors acquired last July as part of a blockbuster trade with San Antonio, carried Toronto to heights few thought possible and will draw plenty of interest from other teams when he becomes a free agent on June 30 .Without Leonard, the Raptors would surely not have been in a position to dethrone a Golden State team who were seeking a third consecutive championship and their fourth in five years.Leonard, who is the focal point of the Raptors offense, was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player for the second time in his career after averaging 28.5 points in six games against a banged-up Warriors team.While fans toast the Raptors, behind the scenes the focus will be on how to convince Leonard to make a home in Toronto and not break up a championship team that never wavered in its championship season.
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