Kawhi Leonard’s availability is becoming more clear.
The two-time All-Star is expected to make his season debut Tuesday against the Mavericks after the Spurs (19-8) upgraded him to probable Monday.
“He’s looking good and practicing with us,” point guard Tony Parker said after practice Monday, via the San Antonio Express-News.
Leonard, 26, hasn’t played since being injured in Game 1 of last season’s Western Conference Finals against the Warriors as he recovered from right quadriceps tendinopathy.
Source: Sporting News
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