During his second year in the NBA, San Antonio Spurs' Kawhi Leonard has made tremendous strides in his development. So much so, he is seen as the future of the franchise once Tim Duncan calls it a career.
In just his second year, he helped the Spurs reach the NBA Finals, a budding All-Star, and averaged 11.9 points, 1.6 assists, 6 rebounds, and shot 49% during the 2012-13 Spurs season.
However, before he saw the bright lights of the NBA, it all started for Kawhi at King High School in Riverside, California.
Let's take a look back at a young Kawhi in high school dominating the competition.