Kawhi Leonard has officially made his free-agent decision. The reigning NBA Finals MVP has elected to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers for a four-year max contract worth $142 million. But that wasn't the only big NBA news of the night. Paul George will be Leonard's teammate after the Clippers acquired him in a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder. It was a stunning and unexpected development, but now the Clippers appear to be a legitimate contender.
Leonard was the last big free-agent domino to fall, and now, the next tier of guys wait to be scooped up. Leonard's choice will have a major ripple effect on the NBA -- especially in the wake of George's acquisition. Here's a look at the winners and losers of Leonard's decision.