Witnessing Kawhi Leonard's transformation from underappreciated superstar to bane of San Antonio was an interesting spectacle to witness (from afar), but now it's over with Kawhi in Toronto.

Now that he's out, the majority of San Antonio's headache is behind them (at least until it's time to hype Toronto's visit to the Spurs' AT&T Center) but that doesn't mean we can't still learn of Kawhi-related drama that was going on behind the scenes during the prolonged duration of all that BS. One such revelation became public on Monday, when ex-Spurs legend David Robinson told ESPN's Rachel Nichols that he tried on several occasions to reach the unhappy star while all this was playing out, but he was never able to get Leonard to actually pick up his phone:

After first referring to it as "one of the oddest situations" he'd seen in his time in pro basketball, he explained that Kawhi's just a hard guy to speak with.

"I talked to his uncle, does that count?" Robinson said, when asked if he'd spoken to Kawhi about all this. "He's a hard guy. He's just quiet. I've reached out to him several times and just never hear anything back from him. I think the whole time he's been here I think I've only talked to him a handful of times and I can count on one hand how many words he's said to me. He's just a quiet guy, and I think that's made it difficult for all parties to really understand each other in this process."

Let this be a lesson, introverts.