The Los Angeles Clippers have formed "The Big Two" by signing NBA superstars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.

As two of the biggest stars in the league today, Leonard and George have changed the look of the NBA, particularly the Western Conference, when they chose to take their talents to the Los Angeles Clippers. Leonard has been in the middle of all the buzz these past few days, and many initially believed that he would sign with the other Los Angeles team, the Lakers. But because the reigning Finals MVP has always kept a silent and reserved persona, nobody predicted that Leonard would eventually choose the Clippers over the Lakers.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski dropped the bomb a few hours ago, tweeting that he learned from sources that Leonard finally closed a deal with the Clippers.

Aside from the Leonard and Clippers revelation, Wojnarowski also revealed details about the “massive” deal that brought former Oklahoma City Thunder star George to the Clips.

According to the sports insider, the Thunder will get four unprotected first-round picks, one protected first-round pick and two pick swaps that will go along with Clippers current players Danilo Gallinari and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

With Leonard and George now about to officially become Clippers, the NBA, specifically the Western Conference, will surely look a lot different. Leonard and George are now the new faces of the Clippers, and as early as now, some are referring to them as “The Big Two,” according to Sporting News.

The Clippers-Thunder deal has some similarities with the famous Lakers-Pelicans massive deal.

Speaking of the Lakers, the team was reportedly looking for several players to fill out their roster now that they have officially missed out on Leonard.

Kawhi Leonard Toronto Raptors Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Toronto Raptors runs down the floor in the first half against the Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena on January 13, 2019 in Washington, DC. Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images

Meanwhile, the Clips would have to fill the gaps that the massive deal with OKC left behind. From the looks of how the deal went down and with the number of picks involved, it appears that Clippers may have traded their future for George. But that does not seem to be a problem for the Clippers, especially now that they have The Big Two, which instantly catapulted them to championship contender status next season for many.

Leonard, aside from being a two-time NBA Finals MVP, has proven that he can win championships whichever team he plays for. He handed both the Toronto Raptors and San Antonio Spurs one championship a piece, and now it is expected that Leonard will do the same with LA Clippers.

Paul George Thunder Lakers Paul George #13 of the Oklahoma City Thunder drives past Josh Hart #5 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half at Staples Center on January 3, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Harry How/Getty Images