The San Antonio Spurs hope to have an "all-hands-on-deck" meeting with Kawhi Leonard this offseason, according to sources.
The Spurs plan on meeting with Leonard to gauge whether they two sides can continue their partnership. Gregg Popovich is expected to take the lead.
"Kawhi, everybody asks questions, but he's still here," Danny Green said. "He's still locked in. He's a part of the team until things change."
Leonard missed all but nine games this season due to a quadriceps issue. Leonard has sought extra time rehabilitating in New York.
The decision on whether to offer Leonard a five-year, $219 million supermax extension will be determined by management, current players and ownership. R.C. Buford could have a difficult time convincing Peter Holt and Julianna Hawn Holt, who are undergoing a divorce, that they should offer the extension.
Wojnarowski expounded upon his story during a SportsCenter appearance.
"The relationship between Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs is broken and it's got to be put back together again before the Spurs make that kind of commitment to a player," said Wojnarowski.