The Los Angeles Clippers finally made their move this offseason in an effort to not only become the best team in LA, but the best team in the entire NBA. It was looking bleak for the Clippers early in free agency, as it seemed like the odds of them making splash got thinner after each time a star signed with another team. But they only had their eyes on one man: Kawhi Leonard. The reigning Finals MVP had been rumored to be eyeing a return to Southern California, and while teaming up with LeBron James and Anthony Davis with the Lakers could have formed perhaps the most talented Big 3 ever assembled, he was more attracted to the organizational stability and leadership displayed by the Clippers. However, he wanted another star to join him, and after a longer than expected wait the Clippers gave up their treasure chest of acquired first-round picks in order to Paul George from the Thunder, forming one of the top duos in the league and making the Clippers the betting favorites to win it all.