Commentators hilariously react to Clippers Kawhi Leonard operating electronic device attached to his knees – ClutchPoints

One of the best running jokes in the NBA: Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard is a cyborg. His robot-like efficiency and emotionless demeanor made fans wonder if he is human.

His latest action confuses fans and analysts once again when he took a break with some contraptions on his knees. Everyone naturally got curious about the things attached to Kawhis knees, and the commentators who were present had funny ideas as to what the devices were for.

The joke about him being one of the heartless cyborgs from the Terminator universe was definitely funny. Hes been known for being stoic and robotic that it wasnt hard to make the comparison. In fact, the joke most likely wrote itself.

While the commentators chuckled at the tool meant to keep The Claw healthy, his performance on the court wasnt something that made Magic fans smile. He finished with 32 points, five rebounds, five assists, a steal, and a block against the Magic.

Clippers fans may have been weirded out by the devices, but they wont make a peep as long as Kawhi keeps playing on that level.

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