The Spurs are 6-4 so far this season. A solid record considering they’ve been without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker. Three players are averaging double-digit scoring so far: LaMarcus Aldridge (22.4 ppg), reserve Rudy Gay (12.6 ppg) and Danny Green (10.4 ppg). Until Leonard returns, the team is bound to look relatively ordinary. Which isn’t what we’re used to from the Spurs. As for Kawhi, here’s the San Antonio Express News with the latest:

Kawhi Leonard not ready to return yet

While Tony Parker already has three practices under his belt with the Spurs’ G League team, Kawhi Leonard doesn’t seem close to doing three-on-three work, let alone five on five.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked before Tuesday’s game with the Clippers why the 35-year-old Parker is progressing faster with his rehab than Leonard, who is 26.

“He’s just coming along more slowly, for whatever reason,” Popovich said of Leonard, who missed all of the preseason and the first 10 games of the regular season due to right quadriceps tendinopathy.

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