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Basketball Kawhi Leonard denies report he has bought a house in Toronto – ‘yet’

Raptors star Kawhi Leonard says he has not purchased a home in Toronto.

A report surfaced last week that the player, who becomes a free agent next month, had bought a house in the city.

“No, it didn’t. It didn’t happen yet, no,” Leonard said Saturday.

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Raptors fans had hoped it was a clue that Leonard planned to re-sign with the Raptors during free agency.

The Raptors acquired Leonard from San Antonio in last summer’s blockbuster trade that saw DeMar DeRozan go to the Spurs.

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