Kawhi Leonard missed the last five games of the Los Angeles Clippers due to a sore foot. The Clippers faithful became nervous as their star missed many matches heading to the postseason.
After the loss to the Nuggets, Leonard assured that his injury is not a significant one, and it would not impact him for the rest of the season.
(via NBC Sports):
“I’m feeling good,” Leonard said. “We took the proper steps to get me right, to make sure nothing significant is wrong with me.”
“Yeah. I mean, I’ve been doing it,” Leonard said on playing through injury. “It’s not something that just occurred after the last game. But I’ll be all right. I’ve been through situations like this before.”
The Clippers’ superstar is averaging 25.5 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 5.5 assists per game this season, leading his team to the upper echelon of the Western Conference.