The Los Angeles Clippers are having a very good start to the season so far, which was confirmed with a win over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night. Kawhi Leonard showed the way for the Clips, who beat the Kings 115-96 behind 32 points from the Klaw.
Things have been good so far but Kawhi made it clear the job is not done and the Clippers want more than they've already gotten. After the game was over, the 2x NBA champion talked with the media, revealing his thoughts about the team's early success and what they want to achieve from now on.
“Happy with the wins we’re getting but we’re not satisfied,” Leonard told reporters, via Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN.
Now the Clips are tied with the Lakers at the top of the Western Conference with an 11-4 record. They want to change their narrative after last season's collapse and that's why Leonard has made it clear he's not satisfied just yet. The Clippers are ready to make a statement and Kawhi will lead that quest, just like he did with the Toronto Raptors two years ago.