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The Los Angeles Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard has been criticized by some analysts for load management due to which he misses a portion of regular season games. There have been reports that some of Clippers players are unhappy with it.

A recent quote by Leonard’s teammate Lou Williams sounded like a jab at The Klaw. “I’ve never managed myself. I’ve been in the league long enough. I was in the league pre-load management. That’s how I was trained. That’s how I was raised in this league,” Williams said.

“Personally, I don’t think that’s something that happens from my standpoint. If that’s that coaching staff or training staff feels like I need to do, then I’ll let them lead. But my personal opinion is, no, I’m going to play a 72-game season.”