Something about the Miami Heat brings out the best in Kawhi Leonard.
And with the playoffs looming, the NBA champions might be peaking.
Leonard had 22 points, nine rebounds and four steals, Tony Parker added 16 points in his 1,000th NBA game, and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Heat 95-81 on Tuesday night.
"We played good D," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said after his team's fourth...
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4 hours ago
The San Antonio Spurs (47-26) will visit the Miami Heat (34-39) tonight in Miami in an East-West showdown. The Spurs are coming off a 103-89 win over Memphis at home. Kawhi Leonard had 25 points and 10 rebounds in the win while Tiago Splitter added 15 points. The Heat are coming off a 109-102 win […]
Kawhi Leonard and the surging San Antonio Spurs have all but wrapped up a Western Conference playoff spot with April just around the corner.
While things are much more up in the air in the East, Dwyane Wade and the injury-plagued Miami Heat control their own destiny.
San Antonio looks to inch closer to a playoff berth Tuesday night when it visits Miami for the first time since last...
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19 hours ago
AT&T CENTER – Heading into the fourth quarter Sunday, the San Antonio Spurs held a 70-66 lead over the visiting Memphis Grizzlies. In those first four and a half minutes of the fourth, Kawhi Leonard (25 points) carried his team, as he alone outscored the Grizzlies 15-9 to start the fourth, and the Spurs would […]
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By Tashan Reed: Senior Writer At Hoopstuff…
After winning the Finals MVP, many expected this to be a breakout year for San Antonio Spurs small forward Kawhi Leonard. The first half of his season, however, was largely disappointing and didn’t come close to the lofty expectations that surrounded him. An eye infection and torn...
Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs shoots against Matt Barnes #22 of the Los Angeles Clippers on February 19, 2015 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images)
This is not a knock on Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili or Tony Parker, but at some point in time the torch must be passed and heading into the playoff push it’s time for Kawhi Leonard...
Kawhi Leonard showed Friday why he’s about to make a whole boatload of money this summer.
The San Antonio Spurs wing looked like the best player in the building during his team’s matchup with the Boston Celtics, scoring a game-high 22 points and adding seven rebounds, two assists and three steals as the Spurs held off a late Celtics rally to win 101-89.
Leonard was one of five...
The San Antonio finds themselves in sixth place in a hyper-competitive Western Conference now holding a record of 39-23. While most teams would be ecstatic to have such a record, the Spurs are far from most teams. This will mark the first time the team has fallen outside the top two seeds of the Western Conference since the 2009-10 season. In addition to the drop in standings...