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Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard Expected To Make Season Debut Tuesday

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The long-awaited season debut of San Antonio Spurs’ star Kawhi Leonard will finally be taking place on Tuesday.

Leonard is expected to take the court for the 1st time this season as the Spurs take on the Dallas Mavericks in Dallas.

Leonard has missed all 27 of the Spurs’ games this season while recovering from right quadriceps tendinopathy which is a condition known to cause pain and weakness in the knee.

Leonard last played in Game 1 of last season’s Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors, a game in which he hurt his left ankle.

San Antonio has played well without Leonard this season, posting a 19-8 record this season and placing third in the Western Conference.

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Spurs’ Marco Belinelli Wants to Stay in San Antonio

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San Antonio Spurs veteran guard Marco Belinelli may be entering the final year of his contract, but he has no plans to leave the Spurs.

In fact, Belinelli wants to remain with the Spurs beyond next season.

“I have another year with San Antonio and I hope to stay there again,” Belinelli said (h/t News 4 San Antonio). “Because with the Spurs, I want to win again, like in 2014.”

Belinelli, 33, collected 10.5 points per game for San Antonio last season.

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Spurs Looking to Trade Pau Gasol

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The San Antonio Spurs are looking to trade veteran big man Pau Gasol ahead of the NBA Trade Deadline on Thursday.

According to the Sporting News’ Mitch Lawrence, an Eastern Conference general manager says that the Spurs are working hard to offload the veteran Gasol.

Gasol is only posting 4.5 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per game this season for San Antonio, so it’s not clear how much value, if much, he would have on the trade market.

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Spurs’ Dejounte Murray Not Returning this Season

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San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich says there is absolutely no chance that Dejounte Murray makes a return this season, according to ESPN’s Jeff McDonald.

Murray tore the ACL in his right knee during a preseason game against the Houston Rockets back on October 7th, and although he has been posting his progress on social media, is still far away from a return to the court.

Murray, 22, averaged 8.1 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game for the Spurs last season, earning All-NBA Defensive Second Team honors, becoming the youngest player in league history to earn the nomination.

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