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Danny Ainge the Executive Part 3 – The Deals not made. Jimmy Butler, Paul George, Anthony Davis and Kawhi Leonard

In a 3 part series a deep dive look into Danny Ainge career as a General Manager and what we can learn from how he might run the Utah Jazz. Ainge’s career has 4 stages and yesterday we look at the first two the rebuild to the Championship. Today we look at the two fleeces he pulled off that lead to a contender that could be a championship team. The final signature of Danny Ainge’s career in Boston is the deals not made. A different times the Boston Celtics were in the midst of trade rumors involving Jimmy Butler, Paul George, Kawhi Leonard and Anthony Davis. Non of the deals got done and it left Ainge with a reputation of not wanting to do deals unless he won dramatically, In retrospect is that true? These deals also tells us one item that is very telling toward what the Jazz might do. The common threads of Ainge’s career are a great read of the moment, a variety in the types of players he acquires, added value that matters, perfect recognition of his talent, fleecing of other teams and he doesn’t always hit on this draft picks but he doesn’t miss. David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz. Locked On Jazz Podcast Apple Spotify Stitcher Google Follow David Locke on Twitter: #NBA #UtahJazz #DonovanMitchell #RudyGobert #NBAPodcast.
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Kawhi Leonard, Jack Harlow Go Head-To-Head In New Balance Ad

Fresh off of the release of his sophomore album, Come Home The Kids Miss You, it looks like Louisville’s own Jack Harlow has hit the court for a game of one-on-one. However, he’s not trying to get past DJ Drama or Bryson Tiller. Instead, he’s sharpening his skills by trying to hit hook shots over 2019 NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. In New Balance’s latest “We Got Now” ad, the chart-topping star and the NBA legend trade shots and show off their skills as they don some of the brand’s newest releases.
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Jack Harlow And Kawhi Leonard Take Turns Dunking On Each Other In A New Balance Commercial

It seems as though Jack Harlow is tired of getting dunked on by Brandy, so why not let Kawhi Leonard have a turn instead? And while Leonard didn’t play a single game in the 2021-22 NBA season while he was rehabbing a knee injury suffered in the previous season’s playoffs, he showed in a brand new commercial for New Balance kicks that he’s ready to fly — although his defense might need some work before he’s at 100% again.

New Balance Reveals Latest ‘We Got Now’ Campaign Featuring Jack Harlow, Kawhi Leonard and Others

Click here to read the full article. New Balance has tapped several of its beloved brand ambassadors — including rap megastar Jack Harlow and two-time NBA champion Kawhi Leonard — to lead its new “We Got Now” campaign. Before month’s end, the athletic powerhouse will deliver a 60-second video featuring Harlow and Leonard, as well as singer-songwriter IU and soccer players Raheem Sterling and Bukayo Saka. New Balance will release three vignettes from the longer video, with the first starring Harlow and Leonard. In the spot, which released today, the two are playing basketball on a weathered outdoor court to the tune...

Clippers Kawhi Leonard continues offseason grind

Kawhi Leonard will never be mistaken as loquacious. Still, despite being soft-spoken, Leonard is anxious to return to the court and lead the LA Clippers to an NBA Championship. After spending the entirety of the 2021-22 season sequestered on the sidelines while he recovered from a torn ACL, Leonard appears...
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Top 50 NBA players from last 50 years: Kawhi Leonard ranks No. 32

Editor's Note: As part of a new series for his podcast, "What’s Wright with Nick Wright," FOX Sports commentator Nick Wright is ranking the 50 best NBA players of the last 50 years. The countdown continues today with player No. 32, Kawhi Leonard. Kawhi Leonard’s career highlights:. Two-time...
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Kawhi Leonard I No. 32 I Nick Wright's Top 50 NBA Players of the Last 50 Years

One of the greatest two-way players of all time, Kawhi Leonard checks in at No. 32 on Nick's list. Leonard won a championship with both the San Antonio Spurs and the Toronto Raptors, along with the Finals MVP in both of those series. He holds three top 5 MVP finishes and is six-time All-Defense, with two Defensive Player of the Year awards. Leonard's remarkable run in the 2019 NBA Finals vs. the Milwaukee Bucks is what stands out to Nick the most on his résumé.