The San Antonio Spurs are strictly inventory Kawhi Leonard as controversial for Game 6 opposite a Houston Rockets on Thursday night.
Leonard sat out most of a fourth entertain of Game 5 on Tuesday and didn’t take a justice for overtime of his team’s 110-107 win.
He suffered a left ankle damage during a 5:37 symbol of a third quarter, when he came down on a feet of James Harden as Leonard was branch to run adult a court. Leonard immediately limped behind to a dais during a subsequent blocking in play, retied his shoe and re-entered a game, though he was mostly ineffectual on both ends of a floor.
After a win, Leonard insisted he would play Thursday.
“Yeah, I’m going to be means to play,” he said. “It was frustrating since we wanted to play. But we was happy saying my teammates out there putting in a good bid and removing a win.”
The Spurs lead a array 3-2.
Information from ESPN’s Michael C. Wright was used in this report.