“It’s all about being greedy and wanting more”: Clippers star Qui Leonard explains that passing the 10,000-point mark meant nothing to him. sport

Clipper superstar Kavi Leonard says that at this stage of his career, what he wants to do is be more and be ‘greedy’.

The Los Angeles Clippers are currently one of the best in the Western Conference as they held the 3 seeds following their win over the Chicago Bulls last night.

Kavi Leonard headed for the Clippers as he dropped 35 points while shooting 14-22 from the field. It included a blistering hot 3Third The quarter where Leonard was 21 points. This 35 point performance helped Kavya reach another career milestone.

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Qui Leonard is now part of the 10,000 point club of his career. When asked if he knew that he had hit this milestone, Kavya said, “No, I did not. This is an important step, but really, I don’t care about it. “

Kavi Leonard currently wants to focus on winning

After the Clippers’ monumental collapse in last season’s playoffs, Kavi and co. Definitely playing with a chip on his shoulder. This Clippers squad was assembled to claim a championship and failing to do so would be a disappointment for the franchise’s entirety.

During his postgame interview, Leonard deeply roasted his goals for the future and his mindset was going into it. He said, “I am still playing basketball. My eyes are on the next day, the next game, just trying to get better. Maybe when I retire, I’ll sit back and look at the achievements. Right now, it’s about being greedy and wanting more. “

Read also: “Patrick Williams reminds me of Qui Leonard”: LeBron James described the Chicago Bulls rookie and compared him to the Clippers star after the Lakers’ win.

Leonard still has a lot left in the tank. The 2x Finals MVP has not yet reached his 30s and is still very much in his prime. The Clippers cannot waste any more time as it is clear that Leonard has his eyes set on claiming his 3Third Larry O’Brien Trophy.

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