Kawhi Leonard open to idea of finishing career with Spurs


San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard said he hopes to return to the line-up soon and denied there is any friction between the team and himself over his treatment for an injury.

On Wednesday, Leonard stated that the former notion was incorrect, and that he worked in tandem with the organization while trying to bounce back from his injury.

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Among other soundbites, according to Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com, Leonard said he does not have a set date in mind to return. I don't feel like [there] was friction. I talked to Pop every day. He knew what I was doing the whole entire time, as well as the front office. We made a group decision. He has recently returned to the Spurs facility to work out with the team, but coach Gregg Popovich has noted he would be "surprised" if Leonard plays again this season. It's hard to explain, but I'm definitely better.

But first, he just needs to get back on the court because the National Basketball Association is more entertaining with him. When asked if he wanted to remain with the Spurs for his entire career, Leonard said, "Yea, for sure". They understand the situation that I'm in.

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The Spurs forward, who has not played since January 13 and has only featured in nine games all season because of quadriceps tendinopathy, is set to resume limited workouts this week. San Antonio will face arguably their toughest competition in the West: the Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder.

When asked about the pain in his leg and whether it has diminished, Leonard said, "It's diminishing. Obviously, we try to do the best we can at simulating a game, but that's all I can do until I get back out on that floor and start getting real game minutes in segments and go from there". San Antonio plays 15 of its last 18 games against opponents with winning records.

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