The Clippers reportedly looked into buying Kawhi Leonard’s signature logo from Nike to woo him in free agency

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The Los Angeles Clippers are one of several teams who will be vying for Kawhi Leonard’s services in free agency this summer, and they’ve gone to unusual lengths to gain an advantage.

According to The New York Times’ Marc Stein, the Clippers’ methods have included looking into buying Leonard’s personal “Klaw” logo from Nike to woo Leonard in free agency.

Leonard reportedly designed the logo, which is a drawing of his hand that forms the initials “K.L.,” when he was still with Jordan Brand. It was dubbed “The Klaw,” which is also his nickname because of his massive hands.

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