(AP) -- The tone in Kawhi Leonard's voice never changes.
It never changed as a junior in high school when his father was killed at the car wash he owned in Compton, Calif. He just kept right on playing.
"He just internalized it to me," said Tony Masi, the athletic director at Martin Luther King High School in Riverside, where Leonard was a prep star. "We didn't hang out every day. I'd see him for a couple minutes a day. Just watch him and observe him. He didn't show much. He was just shy and reserved."