LeBron James' free-agent decision is the biggest storyline of the summer.
But Kawhi Leonard's future with the Spurs is probably a close second.
On Wednesday morning, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski took inventory of the situation.
One detail that is sure to create some dialogue:
The Boston Celtics made a trade offer to San Antonio before the February deadline, but the Spurs turned it down -- and never made a counterproposal, league sources said.
San Antonio wasn't willing to discuss deals for Leonard in February. So far this spring, the Spurs remain resistant to trades.
If the Celtics simply stand pat this summer -- and Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward return to full health -- the Celtics are going to be awesome next season.
In fact, at this very second, they probably are the biggest threat to a Warriors three-peat.
But Celtics GM Danny Ainge may decide to make another blockbuster deal and go "all in."
It feels like around this time every year we say "this summer is going to the craziest summer in NBA history."
But seriously -- this summer is going to be the craziest summer in NBA history...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller