Named a finalist for the 2021 USA National Team and U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on on March 11, 2021.
Named a finalist for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on Feb. 10, 2020.
Named a finalist for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on Jan. 18, 2016.
Named a member of the 2014-16 USA Men’s National Team on Jan. 23, 2014.
Selected a member of the 2012 USA Basketball Select Team that trained against the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team.
Named 2014 and 2019 Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP.
Named MVP of the 2019 NBA Finals after lading Toronto Raptors to the NBA championship and averaging in the finals 28.5 ppg., 9.7 rpg., 4.3 apg. and 1.8 spg.
Became the third player to win Finals MVP with multiple franchises (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and LeBron James).
Named MVP of the 2014 NBA Finals after helping San Antonio to the NBA championship and averaging in the Finals 17.8 ppg, 6.4 rpg., 2.0 apg., 1.6 spg., while shooting 61.2 percent from the field, 57.9 percent from 3-point (11-19) and 78.2 percent from the foul line. Became the youngest Finals MVP since Duncan won it for the Spurs in 1999.
Three-time All-NBA first team selection (2016, 2017 and 2021).
Named All-NBA second team twice (2019 and 2020).
Three-time NBA All-Defensive first team (2015, 2016 and 2017).
Four-time NBA All-Defensive second team (2014, 2019, 2020 and 2021).
Named All-NBA honorable mention in 2015.
Named to 2012 NBA All-Rookie first team.
Five-time NBA All-Star (2016, 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2021).
Recorded 8 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists and 1 steal in 20 minutes for Team Durant in the 2021 NBA All-Star Game.
Voted a starter in the 69h All-Star Game in Chicago, selected for Team LeBron and recorded 30 points (11-18 FGs, 8-14 3pt FGs), seven rebounds, four assists and two steals in 20 minutes. Was named the first ever Kobe Bryant MVP Award recipient.
Selected a starter for Team LeBron at the 2019 NBA All-Star game. Recorded 19 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists in 19 minutes.
Selected a starter for the 2017 NBA All-Star Western Conference team. Recorded 4 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists in 14.8 minutes.
Selected a starter in his first NBA All-Star game appearance in 2016. Recorded 17 points (8-15 FGs), 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals in 25:39 of action.
Finished fourth in voting for 2012 NBA Rookie of the Year honors.
Named to 2012 NBA All-Rookie first team.
Seven time NBA Player of the Week selection.
Through 2020-21, among NBA all-time career leaders ranks 23rd for player efficiency (23.4), 34th for steals per game (1.8), 47th for free throw percentage (.858%) and 80th for points per game (19.2).
Reached 8,000 career points March 14, 2019, versus the Los Angeles Lakers.
Completed in 2020-21 his 10th NBA season, third season with the Los Angeles Clippers, formerly with the Toronto Raptors (2018-19) and the San Antonio Spurs (2011-18).
Signed as a free-agent with the L.A. Clippers on July 9, 2019.
Through 2020-21, has played in 576 NBA regular season games, started in 549 games, has compiled 18,025 mintes (31.3), 11,085 points (19.2 ppg.), 3,689 rebounds (6.4 rpg), 1,672 assists (2.9 apg.) and 1,013 steals (1.8 spg.), while shooting 49.3% from the field, 38.4% from 3-point and 85.8% from the foul line.
Has appeared and started in 124 career postseason games, has averaged 35.1 minutes, 20.4 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.8 steals a game, while shooting 50.4% from the field, 39.9% from 3-point and 83.9% from the foul line.
Played and started 52 games in 2020-21, averaged a career-high 34.1 minutes (23rd in NBA), 24.9 points (16th in NBA), 6.5 rebounds (45th in NBA), a career-high 5.2 assists (34th in NBA) and 1.6 steals a game (8th in NBA). Shot 51.2% from the field (31st in NBA), 39.8% from 3-point (54th in NBA) and 88.5% from the foul line 15th in NBA). Ranked eighth in the NBA in efficiency (26.1).
Played and started 57 games in 2019-20, averaged 32.4 minutes (44th in NBA), career-high 27.1 points (8th in NBA), 7.1 rebounds (31st in NBA), 4.9 assists (36th in NBA) and 1.8 steals a game (tied for 6th in NBA). Shot 47.0% from the field (50th in NBA), 37.8% from 3-point (65th in NBA) and a career-high 88.6% from the foul line. Ranked fifth in the NBA in efficiency (26.9).
Helped lead Toronto to the 2019 NBA Championship, played and started in all 24 playoff games, averaged a career-high 30.5 ppg., 9.1 rpg., 3.9 spg., and shot 49.0 percent from the field, 37.9 percent from 3-point an 88.4 percent from the foul line.
Led the team in scoring in 2018-19 in 47 games, the most by a player in first season with Toronto.
Helped lead San Antonio to the 2014 NBA Championship, played and started in all 23 playoff games, averaged 14.3 ppg., 6.7 rpg., 1.7 apg., 1.7 spg., and shot 51.0 percent from the field, 41.9 percent from 3-point and 73.6 percent from the foul line.
Helped lead San Antonio to the 2013 NBA Finals. In the 2013 NBA Finals versus the Miami Heat, averaged 14.6 ppg and 11.1
Drafted in the first round, 15th overall, of the 2011 NBA Draft by Indiana. Traded on draft night to San Antonio in exchange for guard George Hill. Became an early entry candidate after two collegiate seasons at San Diego State University.
Played two collegiate seasons at San Diego State University.
Had 40 career double-doubles, the second most in school history. Tied Andrew Bogut for the most career double-doubles in Mountain West Conference history.
As a sophomore in 2010-11 led the Aztecs to a school-record 34 wins and an appearance in the Sweet 16.
Named 2011 All-American second team by the Associated Press.
Finalist for the 2011 Wooden Award and the Naismith Award.
Named 2011 All-Mountain West first team, All-Mountain West Defensive Team and the All-MWC Tournament Team.
As a sophomore in 2010-11, averaged 15.5 ppg., 10.6 rpg. (ninth in the NCAA), 2.9 apg. and 1.42 spg. in 32.6 mpg. in 36 games.
Named 2010 Mountain West Freshman on the Year, All-MWC first team honors, becoming the first freshman in MWC history to earn ﬁrst team all-conference honors.
Named the 2010 MWC tournament MVP.
One of only four freshmen in the country to lead his team in scoring and rebounding, averaging a team-best 12.7 ppg.
Only freshman in the 11-year history of the MWC to earn conference player of the week accolades three times.
Son of the late Mark Leonard and Kim Robertson.
Attended Martin Luther King High School (Riverside, Calif.) and was named the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year his senior season (2008-09), averaged 22.6 ppg., 13.1 rpg., 3.9 apg. and 3.0 bpg.
Named 2009 CalHiSports.com Mr. Basketball State Player of the Year.
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