In this historic NBA season, records have fallen with some serious regularity. As Kawhi Leonard continues to set himself apart as the San Antonio Spurs' alpha dog, he's setting some impressive marks as well. He flirted with the 50-40-90 club while setting personal bests from the floor, free throw line, and behind the arc. He joined Hakeem Olajuwon as the only players to be named NBA Finals MVP and snag Defensive Player of the Year more than once.
And as he led his team past the Grizzlies' charge in Game three, Leonard tallied a mark that has not been recorded by any other player.
Per @bball_ref: No player (at least since 1983-84) has had six 3s, four steals and five blocks in a playoff game until Kawhi Leonard tonight— Jeff McDonald (@JMcDonald_SAEN) April 23, 2016