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Norman Powell
Norman Powell
Position: G
Born: 05/25/93
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:215 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
Salary: $10,116,576
We still don’t know when the Toronto Raptors and LA Clippers will play each other for the first time next season but Norman Powell is already looking forward to playing against his former teammate Kawhi Leonard. “We’re just happy for him,” Powell said of Leonard in an interview with ESPN at Summer League. “He gave everything he had in that first season with us and he brought home the championship. We’re just wishing him the best in his choice and his new opportunity with the Clippers.”
“I got some clean looks,” Green said. “I just didn’t get the rhythm that I was hoping to get. But Norm [Powell], and Fred, they got some pretty good looks because they handle the ball more, they had more ball handlers on the floor at that time where they could attack and find each other. They got some open looks and they got a rhythm and, obviously, some of the time, they weren’t guarding Norm as a shooter and then he started hitting some and then they started playing him closely and they both attacked the basket and his game is getting to the rim, getting to the basket. But he hit some big shots for us. And then Fred, just him just being active and moving … thank God for Freddie Jr. He got some good looks and he was just knocking them down.”
4 months ago via ESPN
It was a special moment to witness: Not just a franchise’s history and fortune changing before your eyes, but a city’s. “The true fans who are standing out there in Jurassic Park in the rain, filling the arena early, chanting, cheering, never giving up,” Norman Powell said. “Since day one, this building, this whole organization with all the great players who have played here and came to Toronto, they’ve been great. And you can see it. You feel the vibes around the city. You feel the wave around the city. It’s special what we’re able to do, to create history. And I think since day one the fans really believed this season that we could achieve and get over the jump finally and make it to the Finals.”