Los Angeles is wasting little time pitching Kawhi Leonard on a potential move to the Clippers.
Two digital billboards went up over Interstate 5 in Downey, about 10 miles southeast of Staples Center, encouraging the Southern California native to come home.
Free agency around the corner? Must be billboard season in LA. pic.twitter.com/2MAVZ8Yvwx
— Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) June 24, 2019
A Clippers spokesperson told the Los Angeles Times that the team had nothing to do with the billboards.
Leonard, 27, is expected to be a prime commodity on the free-agent market this summer after leading Toronto to its first NBA title.
Teams can start negotiating with free agents next Sunday, though no deals can be signed until July 6.
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