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39-30, 3rd in Southwest

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Official update: Kawhi Leonard (return from injury management) is out for tomorrow night's Spurs-Timberwolves game. Now if I'm keeping it real here, it makes no sense to bring him back if you can't bring him back for Monday's game against GSW.

Warriors and Spurs ready for Monday showdown (0:43)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Pop on San Antonio's defense down the stretch of Thursday's win over the Pelicans.


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Green says it could've been worse than the few stitches he received. Green finished with a career high 6 blocks.


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Manu Ginobili was happy with the win, but said the Spurs need to clean up some things:

Aldridge fuels Spurs' win against Pelicans (1:38)
Davis scores between a pair of defenders (0:20)
Parker's crazy shot beats the buzzer (0:18)
Holiday plays no games on dunk (0:18)
Davis hammers it down (0:21)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on the passing of Tom Benson: "Over the years, we actually corresponded a couple of times. He was very kind to me on various occasions, and I would respond. He's been a very inclusive, fair-minded, just good person to everybody involved, whether you're with the New Orleans organization or not. It's sad for the family, the franchise and the city. But he'll remembered as a good man for sure."

Lowe: Kawhi situation keeps getting stranger (2:28)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Green's kicks:


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Notice anybody missing?

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Official update: Kawhi Leonard (return from injury management) is out for tonight's Spurs-Pelicans game.

Can Kawhi save the Spurs? (2:08)
Spurs roll past Magic, snap slide (1:02)
Aldridge backs it in for 2 (0:18)
Murray takes steal behind-the-back and takes it to the rack (0:26)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's what Pop said about Kawhi Leonard's potential return: "Like anybody else, he's frustrated. He wants to be playing. He's competitive. It's been a tough year for him in that regard. But the first step is he's got to be cleared by his medical staff that he's seeing. And until he gets cleared, we can't make a decision on when he's coming back. So once he gets cleared, then he and I can sit down and talk, and see what we think about an appropriate time to come back. But that clearance has to be obtained first." "Nothing overrides the medical staff. That's a negotiation between the player and the coach to figure out what's best. He knows very well our history is pretty documented, if we're going to err, we're going to err on the conservative side because his career is going to be of paramount importance to us. It's not the game or the playoffs or this or that. It's the same like with Tim [Duncan]. He hurt a knee one year, and we didn't let him go in the playoffs. I don't know that that could be this situation. We don't know. But his career will be paramount in our thinking as we make a decision." "I've seen him working out. He needs a little bit more work."

Will the Spurs miss the playoffs? (2:00)
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Pop: Next step in return up to Kawhi's doctors

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard will not return Thursday against the Pelicans, with San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich saying Leonard's doctors need to clear him first.

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Points Per Game102.228th
Rebounds Per Game44.39th
Assists Per Game22.913th
Points Allowed99.31st

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