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SportsJalen Rose: ‘I’m 99 per cent hearing’ Kawhi is returning to Raptors

15:17  04 july  2019
15:17  04 july  2019 Source:   sportsnet.ca

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As Toronto Raptors fans clamour for new information on whether Kawhi Leonard stays or not, former Raptor and ESPN commentator Jalen Rose may just have given “What I ’ m 99 per cent hearing is that Kawhi Leonard will be returning to Toronto and signing a two-year contract,” Rose said on

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As Toronto Raptors fans clamour for new information on whether Kawhi Leonard stays or not, former Raptor and ESPN commentator Jalen Rose may just have given them the greatest glimmer of hope yet.

“What I’m 99 per cent hearing is that Kawhi Leonard will be returning to Toronto and signing a two-year contract,” Rose said on ESPN’s Get Up Wednesday.

With two more seasons of service time, Leonard will hit the 10-year mark in the summer of 2021, which would make him eligible for a max contract worth 35 per cent of the cap.

“He’s just completing his eighth season and that’ll put him at 10 years and will put him in position to get the largest available maximum deal for a player of his tenure,” Rose continued.

‘Never stalk your crush with helicopter surveillance.’ What the U.S. media said about us after Kawhi Leonard landed in Toronto.
Following the flight plan for a private plane landing at Pearson airport. Live TV coverage of a vehicle on the Gardiner Expressway. Fans waiting outside a Yorkville hotel. As the Kawhi Leonard watch continues, the Star’s Doug Smith called Wednesday “one of the wackiest days in (Raptors) franchise history — helicopters chasing cars, flights being tracked, duelling ex-professional athletes assuring all and sundry they had inside information even as it contradicted each other.” Toronto Star columnist Bruce Arthur wrote that “some of the city was briefly turned into a lovestruck 13-year-old.” The U.S. media had a field day on Twitter.

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