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Kawhi Leonard, Paul George Set to Join the Los Angeles Clippers

The NBA world is set to wake up in a few hours to some shocking news.

Groundbreaking, there I say.

Kawhi Leonard watch has officially ended as the 2019 NBA Finals MVP has decided to go home to Los Angeles and sign with the Clippers. The contracted is expected to be worth the four-year max, worth $141-million. The news were first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, who confirmed that Leonard has given the Toronto Raptors and the Los Angeles word that he has opted to join the Clippers.

The night’s madness did not stop there for there is another star going to the Clippers.

Out of no where, it seems that Paul George has requested a trade from the Oklahoma City Thunder and is apparently on his way back home to California to join forces with The Klaw. The Oklahoma City Thunder will receive Danilo Galinari, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, along with four unprotected first round picks, one protected first round pick, and two pick swaps.

The Western Conference powerhouse now belong to Los Angeles as four of the league’s top-10 stars now reside with either the Lakers or Clippers.

The Western Conference has now gotten even stronger!

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