Kawhi Leonard will miss 10-14 days with quadriceps tendinitis.
Starting small forward Kawhi Leonard will be out 10-14 days with quadriceps tendinitis in his right knee. Averaging 10.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and two steals per game, Leonard has been a major defensive contribution to the Spurs.
Leonard had both knees heavily iced after Thursday night's 104-100 loss to New York. He will miss two home games and six away games after that. The earliest he will be back in the game is Dec. 1 against Memphis.