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Kawhi Leonard & His Apparently Enormous Hands

Hey, did you guys know that Kawhi Leonard has big hands? Did ya? Did ya?

Because if you've seen just one play these playoffs in which Leonard has done anything positive, the broadcasters are sure to let you know that Leonard has well above average-sized hands for an NBA athlete, and especially for a player of his position.

If you haven't already noticed this, then while you're watching game four, pay close attention to what Mike Breen or Jeff van Gundy or Mark Jackson has to say after Leonard makes any play. It's all thanks to those mitts of his. Like clockwork, it never fails. Just about every damn time.

So let me know what you guys think. Am I crazy, or are ESPNs commentators (while overall entertaining and engaging) at least a little too repetitive on the subject?

Odds are you fall under one of the following:

  • a) I've noticed this and I am appalled and offended
  • b) I've noticed this and I am only slightly appalled, but still offended
  • c) I somehow haven't noticed this
  • d) DoubleZed is just jealous because sadly he, himself, cannot palm a basketball

(This is a FanPost from a member of the Sactown Royalty community. The views expressed come from the member, and not Sactown Royalty staff.)

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