Danny Green on Raptors' Potential White House Visit: 'Hard No'

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Meanwhile, the Clippers are linked to another potential acquisition: that of veteran star Al Horford, who recently declined his own player option with Boston to enter free agency.

While Arkells promised appearances from special guests Bonjay and Judah & the Lion at their massive "Rally Cry Summer Night" show in Toronto, the Hamilton group also surprised their audience with an appearance from Toronto Raptors head coach (and newly crowned National Basketball Association champion) Nick Nurse.

The Toronto Raptors will become the latest National Basketball Association championship team to decline a White House visit with President Donald Trump, according to star shooting guard Danny Green.

Kawhi Leonard has reportedly made his first decision for National Basketball Association free agency, though it's an expected one. Jimmy Butler was a name that saw a lot of traction right after the season, however, Butler's name has surfaced less frequently in rumors as of late and with Philadephia expected to offer him a max contract, may wind up staying with the 76ers alongside Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid.

Free agency is set to begin on Sunday night, June 30.

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Coffman said he believed Buttigieg was trying to now say the right things, but that such actions should've been taken before. Buttigieg has left the campaign trail to return home to South Bend, where he has faced a number of emotional protests.

The NBA Finals MVP will become an unrestricted free agent after opting out of his 2019-20 player option worth $21.3 million, according to Yahoo Sports.

However, Haynes is now reporting that people within the league see Toronto as the favorite.

In his first season with the Raptors, Leonard posted career-highs in points (26.6) and rebounds (7.3), leading the franchise to their first-ever National Basketball Association championship.

National Basketball Association free agency is set to begin on Sunday night, June 30.

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