Kawhi Leonard is taking his talents to Los Angeles to play with the Clippers, and he’s not going alone.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski just broke the news on Twitter, saying that the information came from Leonard himself.

And not only that, but Wojnarowski also reported that Kawhi will be joined by All-Star forward Paul George, who was traded to the Clippers from the Oklahoma City Thunder for a collection of draft picks, including second-year point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Danilo Gallinari.

There were reports that Leonard wanted a second star to join him on the Clippers if he decided to go there, and he managed to convince George to request for a trade.

“OKC was left with no choice and made the best out of a difficult situation, per sources,” Woj reported, adding that the Clippers will be “sending the Thunder four unprotected first-round picks, one protected first-round pick and two pick swaps” to accompany Gallinari and Gilgeous-Alexander.

In his one season with the Toronto Raptors (2018-2019), Kawhi Leonard led them to the NBA Playoffs for the very first time in the team’s 24-year history.

The 28-year-old also was responsible for the Raptors earning the franchise’s first NBA championship over back-to-back champs Golden State Warriors last month.

Be the first to receive breaking news alerts and more stories like this by subscribing to our mailing list.