One of the biggest questions before this season were the ones surrounding the Toronto Raptors and their newly acquired star Kawhi Leonard.
Now, a year after leaving the San Antonio Spurs and joining the Raptors, Kawhi is one of the biggest points of this NBA season, as he took his side to defeat impressive squads on his way to the Finals and right now is one game away to his second NBA title.
Following his Toronto Raptors’ 105-92 Game 4 win Friday night to take a 3-1 NBA Finals lead over the Golden State Warriors, the Klaw described what he thinks about his performances and statistics to ESPN’s Doris Burke: Although he’s not playing for fans, Kawhi’s numbers this Finals and postseason have been great.
Besides that, he has given us legendary moments such as the first Game 7 buzzer-beater in NBA history to eliminate the Philadelphia 76ers in the Conference Semifinals.
He is about to give the Raptors their first NBA Championship ever and his second one while ending the chances of the Warriors to make a three-peat, just like he did against the Miami Heat with the San Antonio Spurs a couple of years ago.