Kawhi Leonard has taken more offensive responsibility for the Spurs and as a result his rebounding numbers are at their lowest in two years, under a little over five a game. The drop is understandable but something that can be improved on. Especially considering that Kevin Durant and LeBron James at the same position both average over eight a game.
2) Three-Point Shooting:
Leonard is a good three-point shooter but at the beginning of the year his three-point shot was fantastic. He was flirting with shooting 50% from behind the arc, by the end of the year though his numbers tailed off. He only shot 38% from distance, so realistically he should be closer to the 45% number. He is by no means a terrible shooter but he could improve in this category.
Making the players around you better is the mark of a true superstar. Leonard has gotten better at this but there is still room for improvement. His assist numbers are the weakest part of his game, averaging a little over three per contest. By comparison, Durant is averaging about five and LeBron over 8 a game. Leonard can improve at passing out of double team situations, also by playing more penetration-n-dish style basketball.