Apparently there is no off-season for the NBA. It has been a little over a week since the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Championship and we have already had trades go down, the trade rumor mill is on full blast, the NBA D-League is now the G-League, and the Cleveland Cavaliers got rid of their entire front office amidst all this trade talk. To say the NBA off-season has been nuts thus far would be an understatement. Now if that wasn’t enough more news has come out involving the NBA, specifically San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard. Leonard chose to cut of his patented braids and now he is pretty much unrecognizable to the fans that have come to adore him. Here’s what people are saying about Kawhi’s new look.
RIP Kawhi Leonard braids 1991-2017 pic.twitter.com/VQ1jrWOAuQ
— Legends (@LegendsofCH) June 21, 2017
A live look at me seeing Kawhi Leonard without his braids 😶 pic.twitter.com/0QbhWFzWbe
— T/S (@TrendingSociety) June 21, 2017
Kawhi just letting his head breathe.... the cornrows will be back pic.twitter.com/AhqeuKh9RI
— LizzLocker (@Lizzs_Lockeroom) June 21, 2017
Kawhi cut his braids off with a bic and some hand soap smh https://t.co/TwEnGRvKjE
— DESUS & MERO (@desusandmero) June 21, 2017
Kawhi cut off his braids. smh. that's like AD shaving his unibrow.. or Harden cutting his beard. 😭
— timmy 🤘 (@_timmmmy) June 21, 2017
Either Kawhi cutting his braids off = 82-0 or his braids gave him power and the Spurs are fucked.
— 🤷🏾♂️ (@TerryLee__) June 21, 2017
The Spurs need to sign Chris Paul to make up for Kawhi cutting his braids
— 🏀 (@HoopingHeaven) June 21, 2017
If we didn't know it already, the NBA has gone completely mad today. https://t.co/ICydm2Iuuh
— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) June 21, 2017
LeBron went bald, Kawhi lost his braids and everyone else is trying to trade everybody. Warriors got the entire league shook. https://t.co/nNAJA1Zoal
— Nillz (@TheBullsShow) June 21, 2017
First Lebron James goes bald. Now Kawhi cuts off his braids. I guess that is just the aftermath of getting your doors blown off by the Golden State Warriors. Seems like the Warriors have put the rest of the NBA on notice.