The presence of Serge Ibaka has been stellar in this game. While he's not flying around like the force we're used to seeing (despite having four blocks), having him on the court has been a boost for the Oklahoma City Thunder. This is the most competitive the Thunder have been against the San Antonio Spurs in this series and his impact on both ends of the floor has been felt already.
However, Kawhi Leonard isn't interested in feeding narratives all the time. He drove the lane in the third quarter against the Thunder, came to the two-footed jump stop, and went up hard with the left hand. Ibaka was around the rim, looking to block another shot, but Leonard wasn't about to let him have another highlight.