Don't tell me you expected any sort of reaction after he hit the shot.
Quiet Kawhi doesn't give you facial expressions. He just gets buckets, prevents them on the other end and then goes home to sit on his couch and (this part is just speculation) stare at a turned-off TV screen just because that's the sort of screeching entertainment he prefers.
When the Spurs need their best player, their best player shows up. Wednesday night, with San Antonio playing on the second night of a road back-to-back, that's exactly what happened.
The Spurs, who trailed the Magic by double-digits in the fourth quarter, came roaring back in the final period to take a three-point lead. But after Orlando's Evan Fournier hit a triple to tie the game with just 13 seconds remaining, it was Leonard's turn to whisper that he's got this one:
That crossover and shot is on Aaron Gordon, too, a particularly strong defender. Gordon guarded the shot well, actually. There wasn't much else he could do. Leonard, who had 29 points in the game and who has become -- probably -- one of the NBA's five best players, is just that good at this point.