- Report: Obi Toppin on Cavs radar with No. 5 pick in 2020 NBA draft
- Kevin Porter Jr. shouts out potential Cavs pick LaMelo Ball after huge announcement
- Iman Shumpert makes adamant pick between 2016 Cavs and 2020 Lakers
- Richard Jefferson takes hilarious shot at Giannis Antetokounmpo while comparing him to LeBron James
- Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson send huge congrats to ‘brother’ LeBron James for winning NBA title
- Andre Drummond campaigns for Cleveland Browns to give him shot at tight end
- Dylan Windler proceeds with huge life decision on Cavs home court
- Tristan Thompson shares threatening text LeBron James sent after Cavs lost Game 4 of 2016 finals
- Mark Cuban shares incredible picture of Delonte West to prove he’s on path to recovery
- Report: Boston Celtics could offer major trade package for ‘obvious target’ Larry Nance Jr.
Report: San Antonio Spurs Reveal MRI Results for Kawhi Leonard’s Injury
- Updated: May 15, 2017
According to ESPN.com’s Michael C. Wright, San Antonio Spurs superstar Kawhi Leonard underwent an MRI on Monday, which revealed no structural damage to Leonard’s ankle.
Have learned that Kawhi Leonard's MRI revealed no structural damage.
— Michael C. Wright (@mikecwright) May 15, 2017
Leonard went down in Game 1 in the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors, as he landed on big man Zaza Pachulia’s foot.
The forward’s status for Game 2 is officially listed as doubtful as the Spurs get ready to take on the Warriors without both Leonard and Tony Parker, who was lost for the season with a ruptured quad.
While the Western Conference Finals resumes on Tuesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers are still awaiting for Game 1 against either the Washington Wizards or Boston Celtics, which will take place on Wednesday night at 8:30 pm ET.