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Paul George’s recent visit back to Indiana went as poorly as expected. Yet, Kawhi Leonard got a hero’s welcome back to Toronto.Return to the NBA Journey, Week Seven: A Link To The Past
We have arrived at a point where the NBA is as close to open world as it’s been in a while.Return of The NBA Journey, Week Zero: Open World Concept
With the shocking decision by Kawhi Leonard to recruit Paul George to the Clippers with him, we look at what we learned with that decorum.False Hope Restored and Other Things We Learned With Kawhi’s Decision
Back on the NBA Journey, @thetillshow examines how the Raptors got to the place where they could capture the title.Back to the NBA Journey: Final Destination
In sports, injuries happen. The NBA is not exempt from that. Many players have missed significant time due to physical injury — including the game’s elite. But along with strains, sprains, fractures and the like come those other hindrances that are lesser in severity but still keep players from being their best.Back to the NBA Journey, Week Twenty-One: Status Ailments
Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs will finally go their separate ways, with the collateral damage being DeMar DeRozan. So much for loyalty to team, right?DeMar DeRozan, Kawhi Leonard and the Misplaced Notion of Loyalty
Is Kawhi Leonard’s time in San Antonio over? Can the Spurs figure this out with their beleaguered superstar? We asked those closest to the game for answers.Seriously, How Does The Kawhi Leonard Saga End In San Antonio?