Another day, another celebrity moment for Coco Gauff. The 15-year-old is in Los Angeles, where she attended Monday night's Clippers vs. Raptors game, and snagged some time with Kawhi Leonard.
Just five months ago, Leonard led the Raptors to their first NBA title in history, winning the Finals MVP award. Though it was the Raptors first championship trophy, it was Leonard's second. The 28-year-old won the 2014 NBA title with the Spurs, where he was also named Finals MVP.
He made his debut for the Clippers on Oct. 22, and won in front of Gauff over his former Raptors, 98-88 on Monday.
In recent months, Gauff has met Kyrie Irving, Michelle Obama, Jaden and Willow Smith, and, of course, countless tennis legends. She's had a busy few days having just flown in from the Bahamas, where she helped raise funds for Hurricane Dorian relief at the Baha Mar Tennis Cup exhibition alongside Andy Roddick, Mark Knowles, Tommy Haas, James Blake, Arantxa Sanchez Vacario and Bob Bryan.
On Sunday, she walked the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards, no doubt coming across some more famous faces to add to her fast-growing rolodex (or Instagram followers).
The world No. 69 was even interviewed by E! News.
Gauff was nominated for Game Changer of 2019, alongside Simone Biles, LeBron James, Megan Rapinoe, Drew Brees, Alex Morgan, Stephen Curry and Serena Williams. Biles won the award.