Wojnarowski reported Leonard still insists on being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers and could use the camp to showcase he is fully healthy from a quadriceps injury that forced him to miss 73 regular season games and the playoffs.
The Blazers are among nine teams that have talked with San Antonio about trading for Leonard, according to a report by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.
Windy appeared on Zach Lowe's podcast, The Lowe Post, on Monday, and shared his opinion on the status of negotiations around the league. The first - his short and long-term injury status - could be put to rest with his potential USA Basketball camp participation. Leonard was one of 35 players invited to participate in the camp, which will be led by Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.
Leonard's contract expires following next season, making him one of the biggest targets in the 2019 free-agent class.
How much are teams willing to give up for a rental player, even if that player is a top-five talent and arguably the NBA's best two-way force? But, the Spurs may not receive an offer that meets their asking price, the report says.
ESPN reports that the Spurs want an All-Star caliber player, high-potential young players and draft assets in any Leonard deal. That means no Kyrie Irving, no Gordon Hayward, no Al Horford, and certainly no Jaylen Brown or Jayson Tatum.
He reportedly had a tense relationship with the team throughout his rehab process and has demanded a trade out of San Antonio.
The longer this whole situation drags out between Leonard and San Antonio, the less likely the Spurs are to get fair-market value for the All-Star.