Colin Cowherd: “Everybody who takes meetings almost always leaves. Kawhi Leonard is taking meetings and that’s essentially aggressively flirting. Paul George did not take a meeting: stayed in Oklahoma City. Klay Thompson did not take a meeting: stayed in San Francisco. Chris Paul had a player option last year: did not take a meeting and stayed in Houston. You don’t sign up for Match.com when you’re in a happy marriage. What would Kawhi learn from a call to Magic or a steak dinner with Jerry West that his own people couldn’t decipher?”
Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why he believes Kawhi Leonard reportedly taking meetings with the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers this week is a good sign that he’s leaving the Toronto Raptors, as the crown jewel of free agency still holds out in one of the most anxiously awaited stalemates in NBA history.
Colin says when players ‘have a meeting’ it usually almost always ends with the individual leaving his former team for a new beginning.
Check out the audio below as Colin compares Kawhi’s situation to his own career and says the last four times he’s taken a meeting with an inquiring company he ended up taking the job.