Kawhi Leonard 'Very Concerned' with Clippers' Consistency

Kawhi Leonard of the Los Angeles Clippers knows what it takes to win, he's done it before multiple times. And while he's won titles in San Antonio and Toronto, Leonard's trying to do whatever he can to bring a 'ship to the Clips. Well, if the team doesn't start playing better, Leonard knows they stand no chance.

Recently the superstar was quoted voicing his frustration about his team's lack of consistency:

It's very concerning. (If) we want to have a chance at anything, you gotta be consistent. You know, that's what the great teams do, they're consistent. They have their nights when, you know, the energy's not there. But it's all about consistency, from teams to players to coaches.

That's what makes a team great, players great, coaches great. A consistency of being, wanting to win, and doing pretty much the same habits of winning.

The 29-year-old knows the Clippers need to figure this out, and soon because the playoffs are just around the corner. The Clip haven't won consecutive games since February 15th, and quite frankly Leonard knows his team's going to need to find that extra gear before the postseason.

A gear they will need, each and every night.

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