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Toronto gentleman’s club pulls out ‘free lapdance for life’ offer to Kawhi Leonard

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Most fans in Toronto were fine with Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the Clippers this offseason. Though he was only there for one season, the former 15th overall pick managed to lead the Raptors to their first championship in franchise history, besting the Golden State Warriors in six games.

However, there is one establishment in Toronto that is not so happy about Leonard leaving town.

Zanzibar, a gentleman’s club in Toronto, once welcomed Leonard to the city with a memo on their marquees. Now, though, that same marquees holds a very different message:

“No more lapdances for Kawhi.”

Previously, Zanzibar offered Leonard “free lapdances for life” on their marquees. Now, though, their tune has clearly changed.

News that Kawhi was heading west came down the pike on Friday night.

Moments later, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Clippers had also acquired Paul George from the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The pairing of Leonard and George should make for a formidable back-court. After all, the two players have nine All-Star nods and three All-NBA First Team selections between them. And though he’s known for his defensive prowess, Leonard is a silent sniper on the offensive end of the floor. In fact, he scored 732 points during the 2019 playoffs, passing both Allen Iverson (723) and Hakeem Olajuwon (725) to set the third-best scoring total for a single NBA postseason in league history.

The Clippers finished the 2018-19 NBA season with a 48-34 overall record, which earned the team a No. 8 seed in the Western Conference Playoffs. Unfortunately, though, L.A. was eliminated by the Golden State Warriors in the first round, 4-2.

Now, with a new season on the horizon and an influx of talent, the Clippers will look to make another push for the postseason.