Most players in the NBA are known to have a love affair with tattoos, which many see as a way if inspiring themselves.
While some love to get inked up for various reasons, the common explanation for getting a tattoo on one’s body is to make something memorable.
This could be a loved one, an iconic occasion, a painful moment, an achievement or even a departed soul.
Los Angeles Clippers star Kwahi Leonard is one player who doesn’t shy away from keeping a tattoo on his body.
In fact, the 28-year-old is a strong lover of body arts and has inked many messages on his body parts.
Last year, , one of Leonard’s fans immortalized his now-iconic game-winner in Game 7 of the 2019 Eastern Conference semifinals against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Well, all of the tattoos and messages on the NBA star’s body have now been revealed as careful observation.
On his right shoulder, he has inked the message “Fear God not them”. He has also tattooed a cross on his left shoulder to show his strong faith.
He also has an image of a tombstone with the words “R.I.P dad” right below his right shoulder.
On his bicep is another fitting tribute to his beloved old man – a basketball jersey surrounded by clouds and halo on his right bicep.
Leonard’s father, Mark Leonard, was tragically shot and killed in his own car wash in 2008.