It's official — NBA Coach of the Year Nick Nurse's new book has hit the shelves.\nThe book details Nurse's life, his coaching career, the Raptors, and "how to find a way to win — damn near anywhere."\nAnd the head coach didn't hold out.\nIn an interview on ESPN's The Woj Pod, Nurse discussed what it was like to have Kawhi Leonard yell at him for the first time ever — an anecdote included in the book.\nEditor's Choice: Canadian Study Shows Over 75% Of Ex-COVID-19 Patients Have Lasting Health Problems\n \n\n\n“\n\n\nKawhi held up his hand and said 'I ain't passing for the (expletive) hell of it.'"\n\n\nNick Nurse\n\n\n\nLeonard's harsh words for Nurse didn't stop there.\n"He said 'My job's to score and then to draw double and triple teams then when I do, then it's your job to score.'"\nNurse said on the podcast that Kawhi's outburst was prompted by coaching advice.\nNurse advised the team to keep the ball moving as much as possible and passing it frequently. Kawhi disagreed with this and wasn't afraid to let him know.\nAt that point, Nurse says he and Kawhi hardly knew each other. The altercation happened during the team's first meeting, early in the 2018-2019 season.\n"You could have heard a pin drop," said Nurse of the incident to ESPN.