The trainer has since made his Twitter account private.
Kawhi Leonard was an absolute beast for the Toronto Raptors last night despite his team losing 116-95 to the Philadelphia 76ers. With the win, the 76ers took a 2-1 lead in the series, showing that Kawhi's 33-point performance wasn't enough. One of the biggest takeaways from the game though is just how much Kyle Lowry seems to struggle in the playoffs. Lowry only had seven points in the game on 2-10 shooting. His struggles elicited a pretty hilarious reaction from all the armchair Twitter analysts out there who resorted to throwing shots at Lowry with scathing memes.
One of the people who showcased the accuracy of their Twitter fingers was Kawhi Leonard's trainer Clint Parks. After Leonard was taken out of the game for the last time, Parks tweeted saying "Kawhi goes out the game and everything falls apart [...] 33 million and zero game." Of course, Parks was directing this criticism towards Lowry and the Toronto Raptors Reddit was able to pick up on it.
Interestingly enough, Parks later deleted his tweet and set his account to private to make sure no unwanted visitors came to his page.
Parks' comments come at an interesting time as Kawhi Leonard is a free agent this summer. Most signs point to him leaving the Raptors and if those around him feel as though he's playing with bums, it may sway his decision even more.