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Kawhi Leonard is the deadliest mid-range jump shooter since Michael Jordan, says Skip Bayless

Sports analyst Skip Bayless thinks that the Los Angeles Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard is the best 2-way player in the NBA today. He went as far as to say that The Klaw is the best mid-range jump shooter since Michael Jordan.

“Kawhi Leonard has become the deadliest mid-range jump shooter since Michael Jeffrey Jordan. When you combine that with the coaches all voting for him for 1st-Team All-Defense. Because he can steal the ball the way nobody can steal. As one of the anonymous quote said, when he gets his hand on the ball, it’s 95% his ball. Most guys are 50-50. But he is the Klaw for a reason,” Bayless said on UNDISPUTED.

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