Leonard leads Clippers over LeBron and Lakers 112-102

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Riverside native, Kawhi Leonard, won his second NBA title last season in Toronto, hit seven straight shots in one stretch, creating a run for the Clippers in a 112-102 victory over LeBron James and the Lakers in their season opener. Andrez Imaging.
BETH HARRIS AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kawhi Leonard hit seven straight shots in one stretch, creating a run for the Clippers that his new teammates quickly joined. "It's a great sign of leadership," coach Doc Rivers said. "He talks with his game." Leonard began a new career chapter Tuesday night, scoring 30 points to go with a strong bench effort in a 112-102 victory over LeBron James and the Lakers in the teams' season opener. Leonard chose the Clippers because he wanted to come home and his family was on hand. "All those emotions went through me again," he
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