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Major News Strikes Kawhi Leonard

Published February 16, 2024 at 1:31 PM

LA Clippers' Kawhi Leonard's left adductor strain, while not deemed "severe" by Clippers coach Tyronn Lue, remains shrouded in uncertainty regarding his availability for this weekend's All-Star game.

Despite the injury, Leonard, a six-time All-Star, managed to play through it during Monday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, recording 18 points in 30 minutes. However, he was sidelined for Wednesday night's victory against the Golden State Warriors, with the team securing a 130-125 win without him.

Coach Tyronn Lue describes LA Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard's left adductor strain as not "overly serious," yet questions linger about his participation in this weekend's All-Star game.

Here what Lue had to say :

"I don't think it's that serious, He played through it last game, was experiencing some soreness in the hip, so when the game got out of reach we didn't bring him back in the fourth quarter to be smart about it."

ESPN sources indicate that Kawhi Leonard is likely to make the trip to Indiana for the weekend, regardless of his participation in the All-Star game.

Source : ESPN
February 16   |   1 answers
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