Kawhi Leonard’s superlative run in the 2019 playoffs continued in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Friday night. He kept the Toronto Raptors in the game in the first half amidst a porous shooting performance, then scored 17 third-quarter points to give his team the lead and eventually set the stage for a 3-1 series advantage heading back to Canada.

In total, Leonard scored 36 points while also grabbing 12 rebounds and four steals. The soft-spoken superstar did not commit a turnover in Game 4, making him just the second player in NBA Finals history with at least 35 points and zero turnovers in a road game (joining Michael Jordan):

Jordan accomplished the feat in his sixth and final championship win in 1998, scoring 37 points in Game 2 against the Utah Jazz. Jordan also did not commit a turnover in Game 1 of those Finals, and became just the third player in Finals history (at the time) with at least 30 points and no giveaways.

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For his part, Leonard’s 2019 playoff campaign is sure to go down as one of the best in history. Kawhi has played nearly 40 minutes a night, and in 22 games he has averaged 31.1 points, 9.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists while shooting nearly 50 percent from the field.

Aside from the numbers, Leonard became the first player in NBA history to hit a buzzer-beater in a Game 7 when he did so against the Philadelphia 76ers. He put the clamps on Giannis Antetokounmpo and led the Raptors to four straight wins in the Eastern Conference Finals.

And now, Leonard is on the brink of ending yet another dynasty, just as he did in 2014 when he and the Spurs broke up the “Big Three” in Miami.