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Kawhi Leonard’s trainer rips Clippers teammate Montrezl Harrell

Kawhi Leonard, Montrezl Harrell, Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers star small forward Kawhi Leonard’s trainer, Clint Parks, ripped big man Montrezl Harrell on Twitter by calling the 2020 Sixth Man of the Year a “double agent.”

Parks, who has never been shy to voice his opinions on Twitter, said the Clippers would have been better off with Dwight Howard on the team instead of Harrell.

Parks was very critical of Paul George and Doc Rivers during the Clippers’ second-round collapse against the Denver Nuggets in the 2020 playoffs, so it’s safe to say he’s happy the Clips and Rivers parted ways on Monday.

As expected, Parks didn’t have many negative things to say about Kawhi Leonard since they are close. It will be interesting to see if Parks’ tweet about Montrezl Harrell gets back to the former Louisville star, who becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer.

The Clippers were picked by many pundits to win the 2020 championship. However, the team had chemistry issues all season and they were never able to get on the same page when it mattered.

George and Harrell reportedly got into a shouting match on the bench during the playoffs and multiple players in the Clippers locker room rolled their eyes when George said the team is going to come back stronger next season after the Nuggets series ended.

Both Leonard and George can become free agents in 2021 if they decline their player options for the 2021-22 season. That is something to keep an eye on, especially if the Clippers don’t win the title next season.