Kawhi Leonard leaned back against the gym wall Tuesday as Alex McKechnie, the Toronto Raptors’ director of sports science, carefully wrapped Leonard’s knees in preventative ice.
Every camera in the gym captured the moment.
In one of the most anticipated season storylines not only in Toronto but across the NBA, the six-foot-seven forward stepped on the court as a Raptor for the first time Tuesday in Burnaby, B.C. Leonard was all smiles when he stepped off it.
“It felt great. Just talking to the guys, I told them I haven’t played a five-on-five since January, the last time I played. It felt great to just run up and down and compe…
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