Former Toronto Raptor Kawhi Leonard was officially introduced as an L.A. Clipper to media in a press conference today. During the two-time NBA Champion and Finals MVP's first opportunity at the mic, Kawhi thanked Toronto and the Raptors. Despite the gratitude and love, it's likely a hard day for Raptor fans seeing Leonard holding up his newly pressed Clippers jersey.\n"I want to thank the Toronto Raptor fans," Leonard said in the press conference. "It was a great, amazing season."\nAnd that it was.\nAfter a successful 2018-19 season which saw the Raptors win the NBA Championship for the first time in franchise history, becoming the first non-American team to win the trophy, Leonard signed with the Clippers in July, breaking the hearts of Raptor fans in Toronto and across Canada.\nBut he had nothing but nice words for his former team, the Raptors organization, and the city.\nHe also touted the championship parade in Toronto back in June as the "best parade ever."\nView this post on Instagram The MVP is feelin’ the love, TO A post shared by Toronto Raptors (@raptors) on Jun 17, 2019 at 11:10am PDT\nAnd he even cracked a few jokes.\n"Thanks to the city as far as the restaurants giving out that Ka'wine & Dine throughout the playoffs. I took advantage of that," Leonard told reporters.\nBefore moving on to talking about his future and the Clippers, he expressed his gratitude towards the city once again.\nKawhi Leonard opens up his introductory press conference with the Clippers by thanking the Raptors, the city of Toronto, and Canada. pic.twitter.com/ffMS2RxkSE— TSN (@TSN_Sports) July 24, 2019\nWhile it might be sad to see someone who made such an impact on the Raptors organization with another team, it doesn't diminish the great season. His time with the team was fun while it lasted.\nBut Kawhi Leonard has moved on.\n"I'm on my next journey," he said. "I think we got a great future."