Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Spurs' Kawhi Leonard questionable for Game 3

Spurs' Kawhi Leonard questionable for Game 3

"I'm just focused on getting healthy and getting ready to play for Game 3", Leonard said.

A San Antonio Spurs fan has filed a lawsuit against the Golden State Warriors and Zaza Pachuila due to the injury to Kawhi Leonard in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Golden State, who came from behind Sunday in the third quarter-at one point down by 26-winning by two, 113-111, blew out the Spurs in Game 2, 136-100. He can't do it. "You can go back and look at Dallas games where he got a flagrant two for elbowing Patty Mills". With Saturday nearly here, the Warriors and Spurs have gotten plenty of rest while the Eastern Conference Finals catch up.

This stance would surely meet with the ever-competitive Leonard's approval, but it's not a lock the Spurs throw their franchise player out there just because it's a big spot. "Luckily we had Kawhi who was going through the roof. I mean, obviously, their guys played great, but it's stuff that we can do to help ourselves either win a game or even make it close".

Aldridge was everything they needed in the clincher over Houston in the conference semifinals.

San Antonio, which never led in the game, trailed by as many as 41 points and was outperformed 46-44 in points in the paint and 20-13 fast break points. Cleveland won a six-game series with Toronto but fell behind Golden State 3-1 in the NBA Finals before LeBron James and Kyrie Irving rallied the Cavaliers to the title.

Ginobili acknowledged that in Game 2 on Tuesday, the Spurs wallowed in their bad luck a bit too much. "Obviously, thinking a little bit". "Defense wasn't there. They also got a lot of rebounds". "It's not that we are satisfied with that or we feel that we are finding excuses, those are the reasons I find, and I am not proud of it, but that's over".

The Warriors are deadly from 3-point range, and that's what keeps opening up these chances for them to get layups against the No. 1 defense in the National Basketball Association. Popovich on Monday called out the Warriors starting center for the "dangerous" and "unsportsmanlike" closeout - which had Pachulia insisting he is not a dirty player, was only playing hard, and felt badly that the All-Star forward was injured. "I don't want to hobble around and shoot off-balance shots".

"The only way I can process this is I think it's not about the O's and X's or rebounds or turnovers or anything like that".

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