Kawhi Leonard & Paul George Banned from L.A. coffee house.

In L.A. - Alfred Coffee has said it will refuse service to Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and anyone else affiliated with the Los Angeles Clippers after reports of Kawhi and George chose to join the Clippers over the Los Angeles Lakers.

The NBA 2019-2020 season has just become the must-watch show on television. When it comes to rivalry Chicago knows how to keep the fight going, from the Bears and Green Bay to the Cross Town classic of the lovable loser the Cubs and good guys wear black Chicago White Sox.


Kawhi Leonard has just fired the first shot in the "War for L.A." He has stated on occasion he wanted to play against the best and no one is better than G.O.A.T LeBron James.


LeBron took his legendary talents to the Lakers last year but suffered a groin injury which causes the king of The NBA to only play a career low of 55 games. However, before the injury, LeBron was in running for a chance the NBA Playoff and as we all know, if LeBron does play the team doesn't win.


Now, Kawhi has signed a deal with L.A. Clippers which will have him moved from Toronto Raptors into the LeBron James new kingdom of Hollywood. Kawhi also brought a future Hall of Famer with him in order to do battle with King.


LeBron James for the first time in his career has been able to heal completely from a year of Basketball. King James will comeback more focus and ready to take control after having his 15-year streak of postseason appearance broken last year. I expect an Undertaker-like level of chaos after returning from having WrestleMania streak broke by 'The Beast" Brock Lesnar.


Kawhi Leonard has proved that he fears no team, man, legend, or myth as this year single handing lead the Toronto Raptors in a battle and conquered the unstoppable Golden State Warrior.



The King vs The Conquer, Who will rule L.A.?

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