San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard to miss Game 3 against Golden State Warriors

Kawhi Leonard of San Antonio Spurs is ruled out of the Game 3 of the WCF (Western Conference Finals) against Golden State Warriors.
Warriors are leading the series 2-0.
San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich confirmed the report Kawhi Leonard will sit out the game due to sprained ankle and the forward ain't happy about it.
He said:
"Kawhi is out, I spoke to Kawhi, we spoke to everybody, we all speak about it," Popovich said. "In the end, I guess it's my decision. He's not thrilled he's not playing, but he's not ready."

Kawhi Leonard was voted to the All-NBA first team on Friday though he hasn't played since exacerbating the injury in the third quarter of Game 1. He picked up the ankle injury during Spurs game against Houston in Game 5 of their-round series on May 9 after accidentally stepping on James Harden.

Kawhi Leonard aggravated the injury twice in the third quarter of Game 1 against the Warriors including a controversial close-out by Zaza Pachulia that Gregg Popovich called "dangerous" and "unsportsmanlike."


His absence has obviously cost San Antonio Spurs as it appears they (San Antonio Spurs) are quite a force with him and nothing without him...