The Spurs have had some rough patches.
They’re a franchise in the midst of an overhaul.
Their biggest need has been shooting.
They’ve found some success, however, when it comes to getting Leonard to the line.
It’s not the same as the one they’ve found with Tony Parker.
But it’s not far off.
The Spurs shot 43.3 percent from 3-point range in the first half of their season opener.
They made 10 of 14 from beyond the arc.
Kawhi got off to a slow start, hitting just 10 of 19.
But he’s made more than 40 percent of his attempts from 3, according to ESPN.
That’s the kind of range that has allowed him to keep the Spurs close games.
It also has been a factor in the team’s offense, which has been more efficient and more efficient offensively.
Kawhia Leonard has scored in double figures in six of the past seven games, including a triple-double in the win over Miami.
It could also be the reason for their recent success.
The Pacers are 4-1 and in the playoff race, but Leonard is averaging 17.4 points per game, 5.6 rebounds and 4.8 assists.
He’s also averaging 13.8 points and 10.4 rebounds on 54.3% shooting.