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Kawhi Leonard has been ruled out for Game 5 on Tuesday against the Suns.
Leonard will miss his third straight game after not practicing on Monday. The Clippers will once again rely on Russell Westbrook, Norman Powell and the rest of the team to now keep the Clippers in the series trailing 3-1.
Kawhi Leonard (knee) has been ruled out for the Clippers Game 4 matchup against the Suns on Saturday.
This makes it back to back missed games for Kawhi. The rest of the Clippers roster, who were without Paul George as well, put up a fight against the Suns in Game 3 but came up short. Now they are once again without their two big stars in a pivotal game. Hopefully Kawhi can return for Game 5 and give the Clippers a boost of energy, but with his injury history nothing is certain.
Kawhi Leonard (knee) has been ruled out due a right knee sprain ahead of Thursday night’s Game 3 against the Phoenix Suns.
Leonard will join Paul George on the sidelines ahead of Thursday night’s pivotal game against the Suns and will result in increased usage for Russell Westbrook III, Terrance Mann, and Norman Powell for head coach Tyronn Lue.
Kawhi Leonard (personal) is questionable to play in Friday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Leonard missed the Clippers' last game because of a personal issue that he's dealing with, and he's now listed as questionable against the Grizzlies. A decision about his availability will be made closer to game time, and fantasy managers can expect Mason Plumlee to get more minutes if Leonard is out for a second-straight game.
Kawhi Leonard (personal) has been ruled out for Wednesday night's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Leonard is a surprise inactive for the Clippers, being ruled out because of an unknown personal issue of some kind. It's unclear when he will be back, and this game is a big one for the Clippers against the second seed in the West. Terrence Mann is expected to get the start while Leonard is out on Wednesday night.