The exodus of Kawhi Leonard from San Antonio—to Toronto for DeMar DeRozan—essentially marked the end of the NBA free agency frenzy, which saw LeBron James joining the Los Angeles Lakers, DeMarcus Cousins teaming up with the Golden State Warriors, and the rest of the league's superstars (Paul George, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul) staying put.
Although the likes of Clint Capela and Dwyane Wade are still available, fans already have an idea about which teams the NBA's biggest stars will suit up for this upcoming season. And with the Summer League over, the focus has turned to how their favorite players are starting to put in the work over the summer. Some have been shooting hoops with players half their size, while others are taking the offseason grind more seriously.
The newly crowned Most Valuable Player and master of drawing fouls proves that he doesn't need to try hard to get the benefit of the call.
Just days after tagging Meyers Leonard on his Instagram, the self-proclaimed NBA social media king isn't done bodying people out there.
Somebody call the Inside the NBA crew, we have an early Shaqtin' A Fool candidate in The Blue Arrow (more like, The Blunt Arrow).
Hopefully Jimmy Butler gets amused once he sees KAT's sick handles for big man.
It's good to know that the All-Star forward is finally getting shots up on his feet—a preview of the Boston Celtics' East dominance.
The entire league is about to realize that not awarding Rookie of the Year to Spida was one of its biggest mistakes in the past decade.
Here's a live look at The Brow a couple of hours after learning of Boogie's "chess move" to sign with the defending champs. Meanwhile...