Kawhi Leonard has a reputation for having his own way with practice, even to the point of choosing when to play in games. Former Clippers guard Lou Williams who is now with the Hawks was Leonard’s teammate for one and a half season.
Recently Williams opened up about the Clippers star’s habits in practice. He was asked to compare Leonard to the likes of James Harden, Allen Iverson, and Kobe Bryant. “Completely different styles. Kawhi is there an hour and a half before practice, he’s there an hour and a half after practice, but that’s just his speed though… he need half the day to get his shit together,” the 34-year-old guard said on The 85 South Comedy Show.
“That’s just how he operate. You know what I’m saying? But definitely a worker, man. Four completely different styles of hoopers,”