During his second year in the NBA, San Antonio Spurs' Kawhi Leonard has made tremendous strides in his development. So much so, he is seen as the future of the franchise once Tim Duncan calls it a career.
In just his second year, he helped the Spurs reach the NBA Finals, a budding All-Star, and averaged 11.9 points, 1.6 assists, 6 rebounds, and shot 49% during the 2012-13 Spurs season.
However, before he saw the bright lights of the NBA, it all started for Kawhi at King High School in Riverside, California.
Let's take a look back at a young Kawhi in high school dominating the competition.
The legend which is Tim Duncan and this beast named kawhi leonard are the only ones who came to play in game 7, which was a shame,but hey, kawhis' going to be an allstar next year and Duncans coming back for 1 more year, so there's still room for some optimism and I think we have a great chance of making it to the finals next year. We do need a back up point though.
heat won game 7 fair. they should have NEVER been in a game 7 in the first place if the refs made the right calls and given SA two shots when Gino drove and 3 when Green shot his tree pointer. If your going to call a hit on the hand foul when Chalmers drove to the basket in game 7 then you have to call it when Gino drives. If your gonna call fouls when Ray Allen was disrupted while shooting threes then you have to call a foul when Danny green was disrupted when he shot his three in game six.
I AM SHOCKED IN 4TH QUARTER GAME 7 THAT POP DID NOT MAKE PLAY CALL FOR KAWHI WHEN HE EXPLODE FOR 10 PTS IN THE 3RD QUARTER. JUST A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT IN POP. MOVE ON. KAWHI MUST BE A FOCAL OFFENSE IN THE SPURS NEXT YEAR. HE JUST NEED TO PUT UP ANOTHER 20PTS STRONGER DOWN THE POST. COACH FORCIER MUST WORK WITH HIM ON 1-1 MOVE SLASH TO THE BASKET, DRIVE AND PULL UP, LOW POST AND TEARDROP SHOT. HE HAS GREAT FEELING TOWARD THE GAME AND HE HAS SO MUCH POTENTIAL. HE WILL BE MY FAVORITE WHEN THE BIG THREE RETIRES.