On the 15th game of the 2019-20 season for the Los Angeles Clippers, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George finally made their debut together against the Boston Celtics.

On July 6, the Clippers created a seismic wave that rippled through the NBA when they were able to secure a verbal commitment from Leonard, the summer's most highly coveted free agent, after completing a blockbuster deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder to land his new sidekick, George. 

With George still recovering from offseason surgery on both of his shoulders, Leonard held the fort down for the first few games before he was forced to miss three straight games with a knee bruise. It took longer than expected to see PG and Kawhi take the floor together, but the two didn't waste much time showing us what they are capable of playing off one another.  

Aside from that one play, the "213" tandem have struggled to get their chemistry going, causing quite a number of overreactions. 

These tweets probably won't age well. In the second half, the Clippers ended up winning over the Celtics 107-104 in overtime.

 

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