TORONTO — Kawhi Leonard isn’t emotionless. You just don’t see it from him often.
“I’m a guy that acts like I’ve been there before,” Leonard said after making and one of the biggest in Toronto Raptors franchise history.
As the clock reached zero and the buzzer sounded with 20,917 fans inside Scotiabank Arena and millions more watching around the world, Leonard’s 15-foot fadeaway over the outstretched arms of Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid in and giving the Raptors a 92-90 victory and a spot .
But Leonard hadn’t been in this situation before. No player in NBA history had. In the history of Game 7s in the NBA playoffs — that’s 135 games — Leonard is the first to make a buzzer-beating, game-winning shot.
“Whenever it’s a moment that I