Among many things we have learned about the NBA over the past couple of months, we learned that Kawhi Leonard is a strange dude.
The 27-year-old superstar is proving how good and valuable he is as a ballplayer, and his status as one of the league elites cannot be argued (after the unbelievable display he has put on this postseason). Kawhi has also caught fame for his behavior and antics off the court as well, and the once ordinary, everyday basketball player has become famous for his uniqueness.
Remember his laugh? It was the face of Twitter for an entire week — people hadn’t heard anything like that.
Not long after “the laugh” went viral, folks started doing their own imitation of it, including Klay Thompson.
Either Klay Thompson mimicked the Kawhi Leonard laugh or it’s just rubbing off on him as the series progresses 👀😂 pic.twitter.com/pM49lKLsbb
— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) June 9, 2019
The latest one to follow the laughing trend is ESPN’s very own Stephen A. Smith, who was asked to copy the infamous chuckle. The problem is, he did not do a very good job.
Stephen A Smith “attempts” the Kawhi laugh lmfaooopic.twitter.com/RxUChfIbZV
— CrypticNoOne (@CrypticNoOne) June 10, 2019
Seriously, what was that?! It sounded like some kind of psychopath who had one too many beers. Stephen A., just stick to talking basketball. Leave the imitations to Klay Thompson.