Gregg Popovich Asked Scottie Pippen To Mentor Kawhi Leonard

Gregg Popovich Asked Scottie Pippen To Mentor Kawhi Leonard

Gregg Popovich Asked Scottie Pippen To Mentor Kawhi Leonard

A pre-deadline trade sent Leonard and Danny Green to the Toronto Raptors for DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl and a protected 2019 first-round pick.

According to Yahoo Sports, fans booed every time the former San Antonio player had the ball in his hands, but one particular person caught mama Leonard's wrath.

The story for the Raptors continues to be the players not in uniform as much as the guys who were, with Kyle Lowry listed as questionable and speculated as possibly available for the game almost up until tip-off before being ruled out, and the Raptors offense hasn't had the same rhythm to it since he's been out.

Nor will they forgive, apparently, especially less than one season removed from reports their franchise's star player at the time, Kawhi Leonard, wanted out of the Lone Star State.

Leonard spent his first seven seasons in San Antonio, a stint that included All-Star selections for the player in 2016 and 2017 and an National Basketball Association championship for the team in 2014.

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The news publication retweeted a video shared by a fan who caught a close-up shot of the interaction.

"We all make decisions in our lives, what we are going to do with our futures, and he has that same right as any of us".

"Kawhi's a high-character guy", Popovich said.

Leonard was limited to just nine games with the Spurs in 2017-18 and reportedly asked to be moved because he was unhappy with the way the team handled his rehab from a right quad injury.

"I felt badly about it", the coach stated to ESPN.

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