"Whenever I'm ready, I'm going to be back", the face of the franchise said on Monday's media day. "I have no regrets, but I want to focus on on this team and this journey that we have in front of us". "I'm coming to a great city that loves basketball".
Asked what went wrong last season, Leonard said, "I have no regrets".
Leonard, a two-time Defensive Player of the Year, was traded to the Raptors on July 18 by the San Antonio Spurs.
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"He's a fun guy (when) you get to know him", Green said. "I'm coming to a great city that loves basketball".
He only appeared in nine games last season due to injury, but averaged a career-high 25.5 points per game in the previous season, in addition to 5.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.8 steals per game.
Leonard was also asked about his long-term goals as he's a few months from free agency.
"The narrative of not wanting to come to this city is gone", said Ujiri, who interjected into a question directed at Green and Leonard. The discord grew between Leonard and the Spurs, which prompted the team to trade Leonard and Danny Green to Toronto for DeMar DeRozan. We'll see. I just got here from Europe, but there is good energy. He was vocal about his displeasure with Raptors management following the trade and with Monday marking Media Day around the National Basketball Association, he will likely offer comments to Spurs media at some point as well.