Kawhi Leonard’s Childhood Photo Goes Viral

Kawhi Leonard’s Childhood Photo Goes Viral

Kawhi Leonard’s Childhood Photo Goes Viral

Kawhi Leonard is known for being somewhat emotionless. Although the 29-year-old has offered certain glimpses into his personality over the years, generally he is recognized for being stoic and kind of indifferent to the meaningless things happening around him.

Whereas other players often get angry, or upset, or happy – Leonard always just seems to stay at the exact same temperature.

Most have assumed that this is a personality trait the LA Clippers star developed in his later years. After all, there is a reason why seriousness is a characteristic mostly associated with adulthood.

As it turns out, Leonard has always been exactly the same person he is today.

A recently uncovered childhood photo from The Shade Room all but confirms this.


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#TSRBrainGamez: #Roommates, can you guess who this young man grew up to be? 🤔👀

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Leonard and the Clippers are entering a very interesting offseason. After last year’s disappointing run in the playoffs, something clearly needs to change.

There are reports that the front office is looking into acquiring Russell Westbrook, but it remains to be seen if that will really end up happening.

As things currently stand, most sports books have them behind the Los Angeles Lakers in NBA Title odds.

Will the Clippers be able to prove the doubters wrong next season?

Time will tell.

If Leonard can secure another championship, he will join just a handful of players in league history who won three separate NBA titles with three different teams.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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