Even before the Los Angeles Clippers signed Kawhi Leonard in July, Doc Rivers was beginning to conceive of what his offense would look like with him in it.

One question Rivers specifically had was how could opposing defenses content with Lou Williams running around a double screen into a pick-and-roll with Leonard.

The Clippers figure to often use Leonard and Williams in a two-man game while an action on the weak side will free up Paul George as an option.

"We don't need to reinvent anything," Rivers said.