Kawhi Leonard has declined to say what his priorities will be when he becomes a free agent this summer.

"I'm not thinking about that," he told ESPN. "I'm focused on right now, what this is bringing for me and focused on the opportunity that I have here and what we can do this season.

"Later down the road, that's when I'll make my decision."

Bobby Webster and Masai Ujiri are optimistic about their chances when Leonard does make his decision.

"When we came aboard six years ago, we wanted to bring this organization to a level where you can make this pitch," Webster said. "So you have strength in excellence around the organization -- the basketball side, the coaching staff, the medical and support staff, obviously ownership -- to where when we have a superstar player, an MVP-candidate-type player, now we can go to him and say, 'We are really confident in who we are, we're really proud of what we've built, and these are all the reasons why we think you should stay.'"

Leonard credited Toronto for working with him to gradually build himself back.

"Just coming into the season, I still wasn't going through training camp at 100 percent," Leonard said. "They definitely understood where I was and where I needed to get to, and just taking my time and they're taking their time with me and just making sure that everyone is healthy down the road in the playoffs. These games are just practices, to an extent. You're going through these 82 games trying to build the chemistry I'm talking about. That's what I'm focusing on."

Many executives believe Leonard will ultimately choose between the Raptors and Los Angeles Clippers.