Last night Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors made history by bringing the first NBA title to Canada, while Leonard became just the third player ever to win NBA Finals MVP with two different teams. In celebration of Kawhi's memorable season, New Balance is releasing a selection of T-shirts featuring slogans referencing the two-time NBA champion.

Alongside the previously released "Fun Guy" tees, New Balance introduces the “Board Man Gets Paid” top, a nod to Leonard's high school and collegiate days as this was the statement he would use as "trash talk" to his opponents. The T-shirt comes in black and white colorways, with New Balance's logo underneath the phrase.

Those interested in buying New Balance's Kawhi Leonard tees can pre-order them beginning today, June 14, through New Balance and select retail partners. Oh, and be on the lookout for those new Toronto Raptors-themed tracks from Drake.

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