Any problems Gregg Popovich and Kawhi Leonard may have had appear to be in the past.
"One of the reasons is you guys will interpret it whatever way you want anyway".
Leonard sat out all but nine games last season with a right quadriceps injury that first flared up prior to training camp.
DeRozan is just the 13th player in Spurs history to produce a triple-double, and it marked the 43rd time that milestone had been reached in San Antonio franchise history. "Who raised you? God got us!" It doesn't matter who we're playing.
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"It'll be a pretty rough environment on Kawhi, I imagine". But they're considering not running the tributes if they anticipate an overly negative reaction from the fans to the two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year.
"I have no ill will towards him, nothing at all", DeRozan said.
Later in the Q, DeRozan got his isolation game firing as he finished off this handsome sequence with a moonshot floater over former teammate and good friend Serge Ibaka.
"I hope they react just as well and the same that they do with any other ex-teammate that comes back", Mills told reporters. "I'm expecting this to be a playoff-type atmosphere in here, on the road, really loud, not very nice - the things that you will see in the playoffs". "One of my all-time favourite point guards I ever played with, toughest competitor I ever played with, so I wish. he was able to be out there". What was interestingly noticeable about the video was how the Spurs broke up highlight clips of Leonard and Green, so that the fans couldn't boo throughout the entire segment.
"We didn't do a good job in transition, defense", Leonard said. At 27 and just entering his prime, it's reasonable to think his ceiling is even higher than what we've seen. However, it sure seemed like he completely quit on the team a year ago because he wanted out.