San Antonio Spurs: Scottie Pippen on Kawhi Leonard's 'love for the game'

San Antonio Spurs: Scottie Pippen on Kawhi Leonard's 'love for the game'

In March, Popovich questioned whether the Second Amendment is "useful" any longer, and said Trump "brings out the dark side of human beings" - criticisms that numerous Spurs faithful took personally.

Gregg Popovich lauded the play of LaMarcus Aldridge as the Spurs face the Warriors without Kawhi Leonard.

Of course, although Aldridge performed a bit more notably on the stat sheet, Durant ultimately earned the upper hand, as he led Golden State to a 116-101 win, and thus, a 2-0 cushion over the Spurs with the series set to head to San Antonio, Texas.

Amick explained that it wasn't long ago Popovich and Aldridge needed a "clear-the-air meeting in the offseason that they say was crucial". Leonard is not expected to make it back on the court this season. So we can't do anything until that happens.

Popovich wasn't alone. In March, teammate Tony Parker commented that he had successfully come back from the same type of injury, only his was "a hundred times worse" than Leonard's.

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Casanova claimed she donated dozens of team t-shirts and other merchandise to charity, and simply ignored the team's playoff opener defeat against the Golden State Warriors in Oakland. "But that's the first thing that has to happen".

"The Washington Post cares about what's going on in San Antonio?".

Asked whether Leonard would be a value to the team on the sidelines supporting his teammates, Popovich deflected the question a bit, saying "He's rehabbing right now in NY trying to get healthy".

Kawhi Leonard's extended absence has been a cloud hovering over the Spurs for nearly the entire second half of the National Basketball Association season.

Despite Aldridge's impressive play and the realization the team still reached the postseason, the Leonard situation is hovering over the Spurs.