Over the last couple of weeks, Torontonians have done whatever they can to convince Kawhi Leonard to re-sign with the Raptors. The city has offered him multi-million dollar condos, free food for life, and has even painted giant murals in his honour. Now, we're finally seeing some competition from the other side - in the form of, you guessed it, a massive Kawhi Leonard billboard.\nTwo billboards of Kawhi appeared in California this Sunday. The signs seem to tell the player, who is a native of the area, to ditch the 6ix and come home. It’s no secret at this point that the Los Angeles Clippers have their sights set on the 27-year-old NBA Finals MVP, who will become a free agent on June 30th.\nSo, it makes sense that most people assumed that the Clippers were behind the two digital billboards now towering over Interstate 5 in Downey, California, just 10 miles southeast of the Staples Center. However, according to ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk, “the Clippers knew nothing” about the signage.\nFree agency around the corner? Must be billboard season in LA. pic.twitter.com/2MAVZ8Yvwx— Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) June 24, 2019\nOne of the billboards is of a California customized license plate that reads “KAWHI,” accompanied by the hashtag #ClipperNation.\nThe second billboard is a blunt reworking of another Kawhi advertisement that popped up in California during the NBA Finals. The original billboard featured an image of the player with the caption the “King of The North is coming,” which has now been worked to say the “King of SoCal,” with the hashtag #KAWHI2LAC.\nMany people are less than impressed with the new billboards, though:\nSuper lame just like the @LAClippers— Eric (@DerozanFan10) June 24, 2019\nprobably good for the clippers that Kawhi is IN toronto - he’s not even going to see these atrocities— ian brewster (@ian_m_brewster) June 24, 2019\nHe will stay in Toronto— Ice (@CaeruleumIce) June 24, 2019\nThat looks so bad— CrazE Go (@CrazEGo) June 24, 2019\nWeirdest Billboards ever ❗️— M.G (@Black_WhiteNYC) June 24, 2019\nKing of SoCal is a pretty epic failure.— Jon (@Jon1222) June 24, 2019\nNo way is going to the clippers!— Guilherme Filipe (@Glhrmzzz) June 24, 2019\nLol at the billboard on the right lookin’ like the Canadian flag. Nice design, guys.— Andy Bugelli (@AndyBugelli) June 24, 2019\nKawhi was an integral part of the Raptors winning their first NBA Championship this year. He has already forever solidified himself as a legend in Toronto, so the real question is, will he help us do it all again?\nThe all-star will be able to begin negotiations next Sunday. Only time will tell what his final decision will be.