Stephen A. Smith isn't convinced that bringing a championship to the Los Angeles Clippers is the only thing the organization wants from Kawhi Leonard. The talented player is set to stay with the team for at least four more years, trying to get that first title. 

The Klaw recently signed a four-year, $176 million contract extension with the Californians, hoping to bounce back and claim the Larry O'Brien trophy in the next couple of seasons. Smith, however, believes that the 2x NBA champion needs to do more to justify this contract. 

He's struggled in the regular season during his first two years with the team. The controversial load management raised many eyebrows around the league, and last year, he also missed a couple of games. That said, Smith thinks Leonard needs to step up in that item.