Following the Los Angeles Lakers' acquisition of Anthony Davis, it would only make sense for the organization to further strengthen its roster, and (for obvious reasonsKawhi Leonard is looking like a very attractive addition.

The two-time Finals MVP may be looking at L.A. as his next destination, but reports suggest he wouldn't be playing alongside LeBron James or AD. On Tuesday's episode of ESPN's Get Up, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Leonard is more likely to head to the Clippers instead, should he choose to depart from the Toronto Raptors in free agency.

"The reality is, Kawhi Leonard is focused on Los Angeles Los Angeles, but it’s the Clippers not the Lakers," Woj said in the video above. "Number one: they don’t have the money to sign him. And two: the idea of him being the third wheel on a team trying to create a super team—that has not been Kawhi’s M.O."

The veteran columnist continued by saying "the Clippers are poised to be able to lure him from Toronto. This will be a Raptors-Clippers fight down the end. He may take meetings with more teams, it’s not even certain he’d even take a meeting with the Lakers right now." It's worth noting the Clippers, who were previously named the favorites to land the forward, have showed a tremendous amount of interest in him.

That's not to say it is guaranteed that the 27-year-old will leave Toronto. Woj recently acknowledged the possibility of Leonard re-signing with the Raptors, but says it will be an uphill battle for the organization to keep him from heading back to the Western Conference.

Per Ian Harrison of the Associated Press, the "Fun Guy" is savoring Toronto's victory, knowing that free agency is on the horizon. "I'm going to take the right time," he said. "You don't need too many days to figure it out. We'll see what happens. Once that time comes, then we'll all lay the pros and cons out."