The Kawhi Leonard laugh has made a name for itself in the NBA fraternity and it graced us all during a recent conference call.
Kawhi Leonard is one of the biggest superstars in the league. The reigning NBA champion is gunning for his third championship with a third different team. The four-time all star could not hold his laughter when technical difficulties disturbed his conference call. The ‘Claw’ did not arrive with his teammates as he was involved in some family matters.
The famous Kawhi Leonard laugh
Leonard has had a successful career in the NBA. The Clippers’ superstar won the NBA championship with the Raptors last year. The four-time all star won the finals MVP last year.
We got a Kawhi Leonard laugh on the Clippers conference call today 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/F1zvJhpQts
— Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) July 13, 2020
When the laugh first made its appearance last year, the NBA world was out with memes in no time, as they hadn’t really seen much emotion from Leonard earlier.
And his laugh(has to be the funniest and weirdest NBA player laugh ever), made for so much content online.
The Clippers have managed the work-load of their biggest superstar. Kawhi has been troubled by injuries throughout his entire career. But his load management has been a constant topic of debate amongst the fans and the fellow players.
Leonard average 26.9 points, 7.3 rebounds and 5 assists per game this season. The former Spurs’ star and Paul George have formed the deadliest defensive duo in the entire league.
What’s next for Leonard and his Clippers?
The Clippers are currently the number two seeds in the stacked western conference. The Kawhi Leonard led side are one of the favorites to win the league alongside the Lakers and the Bucks.
The Doc Rivers coached-side currently have a win-loss record of 44-20 this season. The Clippers currently have the most stacked line-up in the entire league. With a supporting cast of Lou Williams, Patrick Beverley and Morris, the Clippers have the best defensive line-up in the league.
They would be hoping to get one over the Lakers and the Bucks this season and clinch that elusive NBA title, with Leonard at the helm of it all.