Kawhi Leonard gets best of Paul George in final seconds, hits game-winning shot

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When discussing the best two-way players in the NBA, it is against basketball law to leave out San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard. The evolution of Leonard’s game has been nothing short of astounding, from being known as “just a defensive stopper with a lot of potential” to a perennial MVP candidate.

On Wednesday night, Leonard’s display of skill, athleticism and versatility was on full display as he absolutely worked out Pacers All-Star Paul George in the final seconds to give the Spurs the lead for good.

Leonard finished with 31 points (11 of 22 from the field), 10 rebounds, two assists and three steals in 34 minutes. Just another night at the office.

If you don’t know who Kawhisenberg is, “maybe you should tread lightly…”