Kawhi Leonard files trademark application for ‘What It Do Baby’
L.A. Clippers All-Star Kawhi Leonard has filed trademark applications for two phrases, according to a report from Josh Gerben of the Gerben Law Firm.
Leonard, who joined the Clippers this offseason, is looking to trademark “WHAT IT DO BABY” and “CITY VIEWS OVER INTERVIEWS,” according to Gerber’s report. It seems the former San Diego State standout has an idea to use these trademarks on clothing:
Kawhi Leonard has filed two new trademark applications:
1. WHAT IT DO BABY
2. CITY VIEWS OVER INTERVIEWS
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— Josh Gerben (@JoshGerben) October 28, 2019
Leonard isn’t the only NBA player that has filed for some sort of trademark. Lakers superstar LeBron James recently tried to trademark “Taco Tuesday,” but his request was ultimately denied. Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry filed four trademarks during the 2016 NBA Finals
Leonard and the Clippers are already being viewed as one of the top teams in the NBA this season, and they’re off to a good start. L.A. won their first two games in convincing fashion. However, they were defeated by the Phoenix Suns on Saturday. Leonard had 27 points, 10 assists, eight rebounds, three steals and one block in the 130-122 loss.
Through his first three games with the Clippers, Leonard has racked up averages of 26.0 points on 50.8 percent shooting from the field (35.7 percent from beyond the arc), 8.0 assists, 6.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals in 28.3 minutes per outing.
The Clippers will be back in action on Monday night, when they’ll serve as hosts to the Charlotte Hornets. Tip-off inside the STAPLES Center is set for 10:30 p.m. ET, with NBA TV having live broadcast coverage.