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Leonard suffers partial shoulder tear

Leonard suffers partial shoulder tear

Leonard was ruled out of Sunday night's game at Portland, and the club plans to evaluate Leonard over the next couple days of its current road trip, which continues Monday at Sacramento and concludes Thursday in Los Angeles against the Lakers.

The San Antonio Spurs have managed to put together a 27-13 record despite being without last year's NBA MVP finalist, Kawhi Leonard, for the majority of the season.

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He'll miss a few more after suffering a partial tear in his left shoulder during Friday's 103-89 win over Suns.

"It's too bad", Popovich told the Express-News. He has also won two Defensive Player of the Year awards.

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Injuries have become a bit of an issue for Leonard recently, who got a late start to the 2017-18 season because of a quadriceps tendinopathy, an injury that had apparently been bothering him since the 2016-17 season. He returned on December 12 but has also rested during a few games.

In the encounter with the Suns, he played 29 minutes and scored 21 points to go with three rebounds and three assists.

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Battling for second spot behind runaway league leaders Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are separated by just one point in the Premier League table.

The Argentine filled in well as he dropped 26 points off the bench but the Spurs know that their chances of success this season hinge on the health and production of Leonard.


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