Kawhi Leonard Likely to Miss Season According to Clippers HC Ty Lue

The Los Angeles Clippers offered some updates on their super stars returning after an interesting 111-110 triumph over their cross-the-hall competitors, the Los Angeles Lakers. Paul George’s status will be more evident when he goes through an MRI on his best elbow on Feb. 24, however head coach Ty Lue might have spilled the beans on if Kawhi Leonard would return through ESPN.

“We know Kawhi’s probably not gonna come back,”

“I don’t know,” Lue stated. “I’m not a doctor. But hope is stronger than fear. So I’m hoping that these two guys can come back. But you never know.”

Leonard has actually been held out all season to rehab a torn ACL suffered in Game 4 of the Clippers’ second-round series on June 14. Serge Ibaka shared what he observed with Leonard’s procedure to go back to the flooring.

“I saw him a couple times. He [is] doing good, he [is] working so hard,” Ibaka stated. “Every day, he’s in the health club. I understand Kawhi. He enjoys this video game, and he’s going to attempt to do [the] finest he can to be back strong.

“He [is] working so hard. Actually, it is impressive to see the way he has been working. He’s getting stronger. I know he wants to come back, but it’s just a question of time.”

Ty Lue’s quote may bring closure to the continuous concerns of Leonard’s return. First, it was confident that he would be back by the playoff due to reports of how well rehabilitation was going. A report that Yahoo! Sports’ Chris B. Haynes discussed throughout a Clippers video game on TNT a couple of weeks back.

After pulling out of his agreement, Leonard signed a four-year max extension with the Clippers this offseason. He balanced 24.8 points and 6.5 rebounds per video game last season.



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