Kawhi Leonard Is Saving The Raptors' Season By Doing Something Michael Jordan, LeBron James, and Kob
The Toronto Raptors evened their second-round series with the Philadelphia 76ers at 2-2 on Sunday, thanks to a heroic performance from Kawhi Leonard.
Leonard scored 39 points on 13-of-20 shooting to go with 14 rebounds and 5 assists carrying a Raptors offense that once again struggled to do much when he wasn't involved.
Unlike the Raptors' ugly Game 2 and Game 3 losses to the Sixers, Leonard did receive a bit more help from players like Kyle Lowry, Marc Gasol, and Serge Ibaka.
But even in Game 4, a virtual must-win for the Raptors to avoid going down 3-1, no other player scored more than 20 points.
In the playoffs, Leonard is now averaging 32 points on 57% shooting, 50% from 3, with 7 rebounds and 3 assists per game.