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View Poll Results: Kawhi Leonard or Paul George?

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  • Kawhi Leonard

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  • Paul George

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  1. #1
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    Kawhi Leonard vs. Paul George

    I just heard a commentator on the Clippers-Spurs game talk about how Kawhi Leonard is the most well-rounded basketball player, other than LeBron James. Leonard's really good, I thought, but is he noticeably better than a healthy Paul George?
    George might as well have not played this season, so I tried comparing his and Leonard's first four seasons. George is better offensively, but Leonard's a better defender. Leonard seems to have edged out George so far, but I can't wait to see how George comes back next season.

  2. #2
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    no

  3. #3
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    I'd take Kawaiii. Both really good on defense but Leonard is the better offensive player to me.

  4. #4
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    Kawhi Leonard easy.


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  5. #5
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    I still think Leonard is going to get better. When he first came into the league, his biggest value was on the defensive side of the ball. He had some offensive moves, but he was by far a polished product offensively. They had him compared to Gerald Wallace. Leonard put in some serious work and has become an offensive juggernaut with the ability to score in many different ways. I think he's going to keep improving. Paul George is what he was when he was drafted which is a very, very good player that I would love to have on my team, but this is his ceiling.

  6. #6
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    I'd take kawhi because of he's a better defender. And also since he's played under a great coach I feel like he's learned more as a player than pg. He also has more playoff experience which helps a lot.

  7. #7
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    kawhi because of his defense

  8. #8
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  9. #9
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    While the players are similar (and to think they could both be on the pacers had indy not traded KL for George Hill), I think the question is fairly easy to answer: If you have PG and KL switch teams, to me the spurs become a 70+ win team, while the pacers become a team that has a hard time scoring 70+ points per game.

    I don't think PG is a genius on offense, it doesn't come easy to him, but he's very gifted athletically and forced to score a lot on the pacers, since the rest of their team is so anemic offensively. He and Lance are the only guys on indy who can create their own shot, and vogel runs such simple stuff, that PG is forced to play hero ball a lot as the shot clock winds down. I think PG would thrive in an offensive system like the spurs, since I don't believe he is (or wants to be) a superstar.

    And while I do think PG is the better on-ball defender, KL is better off-the-ball, and has more of a nose for the ball on defense as well. I'd rather have KL as a teammate, because he just puts his head down and plays hard, no knocking up strippers or getting catfished for nude photos.

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