Age: 50 Height: 6-7 Weight: 230 lbs School: San Diego State
Without the 2020 postseason, the Clippers would lose a shot at the title and face a make-or-break 2020-21 season
Knowing when the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics will be solves one problem for USA Basketball. Let's assume that the 2020-21 NBA season is over by next July, a premise that also assumes some sort of normalcy returns to the sports world and that the global coronavirus pandemic slows to the point where games can be played again. The NBA summer of 2021 is supposed to be another free agent extravaganza, one where plenty of the league's biggest names and top USA Basketball candidates like LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard, Chris Paul, Bam Adebayo, Kyle Lowry and more could be on the market.
Kawhi Leonard was having one of the best statistical seasons in Clippers history, a feat done only 15 times by five players, before the season stopped.
After striking out on stars Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Kawhi Leonard, the Knicks found a type last summer – marginal veterans who'd take big two-year contracts with the second season barely or completely unguaranteed. The hope was giving New York a competitive team (failed), trade bait (failed so far) and flexibility. At least the
The Clippers spent two years building a contender around Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Can they still compete for a title if the NBA season resumes?