The San Antonio Spurs tells the media that their forward will be out indefinitely with right quadriceps tendinopathy.
Spurs General Manager RC Buford said in a statement: "Kawhi has made significant progress and continues to move forward in his rehabilitation. This is the best approach for the next steps in his return to play."
26-year-old Leonard had already missed the first 27 of the Spurs' games this season due to right quadriceps tendinopathy, which is a condition that causes pain and weakness in the knee. On top of that Leonard has also been dealing with a partial tear in his left shoulder.
To make things a little worse for the Spurs, Rudy Gay who is a small forward, is also out with a right heel injury for at least two weeks.
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