Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard Suffers Fracture In Right Hand
The San Antonio Spurs have one of the best records in the NBA despite battling a ton of injuries. Those injuries got worse on Wednesday night with the news that Kawhi Leonard could be lost for a month with a fracture in his right hand.
Leonard suffered what the team called “a non-displaced fracture of his right fourth metacarpal,” a bone below the ring finger on his shooting hand, making him the third Spurs starter to go down in the last three weeks.
Injury report: Kawhi Leonard suffered a non-displaced fracture of his right fourth metacarpal. Timeline for his return hasnt been determined
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Tough blow for the Spurs.