Almost immediately after Kawhi Leonard hit a game winning shot against the Houston Rockets over the weekend, the NBA selected him for a random drug test, according to ESPN’s Michael Wright.
Although the timing of the drug test could seem suspicious, Wright thinks Leonard “would’ve been tested if he had gone 0 for 40” and stated that the NBA tests randomly throughout the year, including during the season.
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Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs are 8-1 vs. BOS/GSW/HOU/OKC/CLE...— Josh Eberley 🇨🇦 (@JoshEberley) March 7, 2017
In those games Leonard is averaging: