Kawhi Leonard
Kawhi  Leonard


Riverside, Calif.

High School:
King High

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 225




SDSU Men’s Basketball Joins Jordan Brand Roster

M. Basketball joins Jordan Brand roster


Men's Basketball-Houston Pregame Quotes

M. Hoops-Houston pregame quotes


Men's Basketball-New Mexico Postgame Notes

M. Hoops-New Mexico postgame notes


M. Basketball Opens Two-Game Road Trip at Air Force on Wednesday

M. Hoops to play at Air Force on Wednesday


Men's Hoops to Face UNLV Saturday Afternoon at Viejas Arena

M. Hoops to host UNLV Saturday afternoon


Men's Basketball Banquet - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Men's basketball banquet


NCAA Tournament, San Diego State vs. UConn - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Basketball vs. UConn


MWC Tournament, San Diego State vs. BYU - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Basketball vs. BYU


San Diego State vs. Connecticut - Sweet 16 (March 24, 2011)

Photos from San Diego State's game against Connecticut in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.


NCAA Tourney, Practice & Press in Anaheim - Photography by Ernie Anderson


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One of the top players to ever put on a SDSU uniform... A double-double machine... One of the top all-around players to play at San Diego State.

At San Diego State
Played in 70 career games, while making 69 starts... Finished his career by making 64 straight starts... Had 40 career double-doubles, which is the second most in school history behind Michael Cage's 61... Tied Andrew Bogut for the most career double-doubles in MWC history... Set the MWC all-time mark for career double-doubles in MWC games (21) and double-doubles in a single season in MWC games (12)... Posted 56 career double-figure scoring games and 42 career double-figure rebounding efforts (nine with 15+)... Led the team in scoring 27 times, rebounding 43 times and assists 16 times... Scored at least 20 points 12 times in his career... SDSU Division I career rankings: second in rebound average, fifth in rebounds, seventh in consecutive games started, 14th in field-goal attempts, 16th in scoring average, 16th in games started, 18th in blocks, 19th in points, 20th in field goals, 20th in steals.

As A Sophomore (2010-11 Season)
MWC Rankings: 1st in rebounding, 1st in offensive rebounding, 1st in defensive rebounding, 4th in scoring, 4th in steals, 6th in free-throw percentage, 7th in field-goal percentage, 7th in minutes played NCAA Rankings: 4th in double-doubles, 9th in rebounding, 163rd in field-goal percentage, 175th in scoring, 218th in steals Selected as one of 10 on Wooden Award All-America Team... Named a second-team All-American by Associated Press, Sporting News, FOXSports.com... Was a State Farm Coaches' Division I Third-Team All-American... Voted to the All-MWC first team, All-MWC tournament team, All-MWC defensive team, NABC All-District 17 team, USBWA All-District IX team... Was one of 10 candidates for Naismith Award and one of 20 candidates for Wooden Award... Was a two-time MWC Player of the Week... Voted the CBE Classic Oxford Subregional MVP... Ended the campaign with 23 double-doubles, the fourth most in America... Reached double-figures in scoring 33 times and had 10-plus rebounds 23 times... Scored 20 or more points and team-best 10 times, with nine coming away from home... Grabbed 15 or more rebounds five times... Led the team in scoring 16 times, in rebounding 25 times and in assists 12 times... Finished the season by making 12 of his final 13 free-throw attempts and shot 85.2 percent from the line (52-61) in his last 11 outings... Single-season SDSU Division I rankings: first in rebounds, fourth in minutes played, fourth in field-goal attempts, sixth in points, sixth in rebound average, seventh in field goals, 18th in free throws... Finished with a game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds at Long Beach State (11-13-10)... Nearly outrebounded the 49ers by himself in the second half (12-16) and had just as many defensive rebounds as LBSU (11)... Recorded 18 points and a game-high 12 rebounds at No. 11/12 Gonzaga (11-16-10)... Finished with 12 points and a game-high 13 rebounds four assists at Miami (Ohio) (11-22-10)... Had 16 points and 12 rebounds vs. eventual postseason NIT champion Wichita State (12-4-10)... Scored 20 points at California (12-8-10)... Scored a season-high 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds vs. San Francisco (12-21-10)... Recorded 20 points and nine rebounds at Utah (1-8-11)... Pulled down a season-high 17 boards, scored 14 points and had a team-best four assists vs. UNLV (1-12-11)... Led the team in rebounds (15), and assists (4), while adding 19 points at New Mexico (1-15-11)... Battled flu-like symptoms and had a team-high 22 points and game-high 15 rebounds at No. 9 BYU (1-26-11)... Posted 12 points and a game-high 15 rebounds at Colorado State (2-2-11), while adding a game-high four assists... Posted his fifth double-double in five career games at UNLV (2-12-11) with 14 points and a game-high 10 boards... Had a game-high 22 points vs. New Mexico (2-16-11)... Grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds and scored 18 points at Air Force (2-19-11)... Against No. 7 BYU (2-26-11), he had a team-high 17 points, a game-high 13 rebounds and a team-high four assists... Scored a game-high 17 points on a career-high nine free throws and added a game-high 12 rebounds vs. CSU (3-5-11)... Torched Utah (3-10-11) in the MWC quarterfinals for a team-best 13 points and game-high 12 rebounds... Continued his dominance of UNLV in the semifinals of the MWC tournament (3-11-11) by going for 18 points and eight rebounds... Exploded for 20 points vs. No. 8/8 BYU (3-12-11) in the MWC title game... Against Northern Colorado (3-17-11) he had 21 points (3-5 3FG) and 10 rebounds in the second round NCAA game... Finished with 16 points and nine rebounds in a career-high 46 minutes vs. Temple (3-19-11) in the third round of the NCAAs... Fought early foul trouble in the NCAA Regional Semifinal and finished with 12 points and a team-high nine rebounds and four assists vs. eventual national champion UConn (3-24-11).

As A Freshman (2009-10 Season)
MWC Rankings: 1st in rebounding, 1st in offensive rebounding, 3rd in defensive rebounding, 6th in steals, 7th in scoring, 8th in field-goal percentage, 8th in free-throw percentage, 8th in minutes played NCAA Rankings: 13th in double-doubles, 22nd in rebounding MWC tournament MVP and first-team selection... The only freshman in MWC history to earn first-team all-conference honors... MWC freshman of the year... Sporting News All-Freshman second team... NABC All-District 17 pick... Only freshman in the 11-year history of the MWC to earn conference player of the week accolades three times... One of only four freshman in NCAA Division I to lead his team in scoring and rebounding... Played in all 34 games and earned the starting nod 33 times, including the final 28 games... Finished with 17 double-doubles, which set a freshman school record previously held by Michael Cage (10) in 1981... Posted 19 double-digit rebound games and 24 double-figure scoring efforts (three 20-point performances)... Led the team in rebounding 19 times and in scoring 11 times, both of which were team bests... Finished with team-high honors in assists four different times... Had 23 points, 18 rebounds and five assists vs. CS Fullerton (12-9-09)... Became the 23rd player in SDSU history to have at least 15 rebounds... His 18 boards at the time were the most by a freshman since Cage had 20 on Feb. 24, 1981, vs. Hawai'i, and tied the MWC freshman all-time mark... He later had 21 rebounds at UNLV in the MWC title game... SDSU Division I freshman season ranks: first in field goals, free throws, minutes played; second in points, rebounds, rebounding average, field-goal attempts, free-throw attempts; fourth in steals and free-throw percentage; sixth in scoring average and blocks; ninth in three-point field-goal attempts... Grabbed 13 rebounds vs. Santa Clara (11-19-09)... Had a game-high 13 points and 12 boards vs. Arizona (12-12-09)... Scored 13 at UCSB (12-5-09), while grabbing a game-high nine rebounds and blocking two shots... Pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds at Arizona State (12-19-09)... Finished with 14 points and a game-high 11 rebounds at Drake (12-22-09)... Went for 25 points, on a personal-best 10 field goals, and 12 rebounds at Wyoming (1-9-10)... Posted 13 points and 10 rebounds at UNLV (1-13-10)... Added a double-double at Utah (1-19-10) with 16 points and 11 rebounds... Led the team with 16 points and 11 rebounds vs. BYU (1-23-10)... Registered 14 points and 12 rebounds at Colorado State (1-30-10) to tie Cage's freshman double-double school record... Made all seven free-throw attempts en route to a game-high 15 points vs. Air Force (2-2-10)... Broke the aforementioned Cage record at No. 15/23 New Mexico (2-6-10) with an 11-point, 12-rebound performance... Scored a career-high 26 vs. Wyoming (2-10-10) on a career-best 10 field goals; also added a personal-record three steals... Finished with 13 points and a game-high 14 boards vs. No. 23/25 UNLV (2-13-10)... Finished with 14 points and a game-high 15 boards vs. Utah (2-20-10)... Finished with 14 points and 15 rebounds vs. CSU (3-3-10)... Scored a game-high 18 points and had a career-best four steals in 39 minutes at Air Force (3-6-10)... Posted 15 points and 12 boards vs. No. 8/8 UNM (3-12-10) in the MWC semifinals... Set the MWC tournament record with a career-high 21 rebounds, while adding 16 points in the title game at UNLV (3-13-10)... Had 12 points and a game-high 10 rebounds and three blocks vs. No. 15/14 Tennessee (3-18-10) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

High School
Averaged 22.6 points, 13.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 3.0 blocks as a senior... The L.A. Times Player of the Year had at least 20 points and 20 rebounds six times as a senior for a team that went 30-3, won the CIF-Southern Section Division I-AA title and finished in second place in the Southern California Regional... Was also named the CalHiSports.com Mr. Basketball State Player of the Year and was one of seven L.A.-area players to receive the John R. Wooden High School Player of the Year Award (CIF-SS Div. I)... Was additionally a CalHiSports.com all-state first-team pick, a Collision All-Star Game participant and ended his senior year ranked No. 56 on ESPNU's Top 100... Led King to a 32-3 record as a junior... Helped King advance to the CIF Division I Southern Section finals where he scored 23 points against Compton Dominguez... As a junior, he averaged 17.3 points and 6.5 rebounds... Was an all-area second-team choice by The Press-Enterprise... When he signed with SDSU, Rivals.com rated him as a four-star player, the 14th-best small forward in America and the 76th-best player at any position... According to Scout.com, he was the 25th-best small forward... Was also recruited by Michigan.

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