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Leonard (hand) will not play against the Clippers on Monday, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.

There was a ray of hope that Leonard would make his long-awaited comeback Monday, although that won't be the case as his owners will now have to put their faith in the Christmas Day game against the Thunder. Rookie Kyle Anderson will likely continue to see added minutes while Leonard is off the hardwood.

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Though Leonard has a torn ligament in his right hand, he could return to action as soon as Monday, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

This report essentially rules Leonard out for the next two games, but that would be a small price to pay in the long run if it turns out the ligament tear is Leonard's hand is not severe. Given the uncertainty regarding's Leonard's status, be sure to keep an eye out for updates over the next few days.

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Leonard has been diagnosed with a torn ligament in his right hand, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

It's not clear at this time how much longer Leonard will be sidelined, or if he will need surgery, but it appears he is dealing with more than just a bruise this time around after aggravating his injury Monday night. Leonard is dealing with swelling in his hand, and he and the Spurs will wait for it to subside before considering a return to action.

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Leonard (hand) will not play Friday against the Blazers.

Leonard will miss his second consecutive game after sitting out Wednesday's triple-OT thriller against Memphis. He should essentially be considered day-to-day at this point, and Kyle Anderson will likely notch another start at small forward Friday.

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Leonard (hand) will not play Wednesday against the Grizzlies.

Leonard re-injured his right hand late in Monday's loss to Portland, and while X-rays showed no sign of a fracture, he could still miss additional time. The team is awaiting the results of further tests, but for now consider Leonard out for Wednesday's game and optimistically questionable to play Friday.

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Leonard re-injured his hand inside the final minute of Monday's loss to the Trail Blazers.

He had a good night, scoring 21 points (7-18 FG, 7-8 FT) with nine rebounds, four assists and a block in 33 minutes prior to picking up the injury, and with the game out of reach the Spurs sent Leonard straight to the dressing room. Hopefully it isn't serious, and he'll be back in the lineup on Wednesday.

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Leonard (hand) exploded in his return to action from a two-game absence Sunday against the Nuggets. He posted 18 points, eight rebounds, four assists, five steals, and six blocks in 37 minutes of action.

Leonard has been known as a solid contribute in multiple categories, and Sunday's game showed exactly that. It appears that his hand is fine moving forward, and owners can continue to enjoy riding the young forward as the season goes on.

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Leonard (hand) is in the starting lineup Sunday against the Nuggets, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.

Leonard will return from a two-game absence after he missed Wednesday's game against the Knicks and Friday's matchup with the Lakers due to a hand bruise. Prior to the injury, Leonard was off to a hot start to December, averaging 16.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists while shooting 46 percent from the floor in five contests.

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Leonard (hand) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Nuggets.

Leonard is in danger of missing a third straight game as a result of the right hand injury. However, an MRI on Thursday revealed nothing more than a bruise, so it seems likely he'll make it back in relatively short order.

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Leonard (hand) has been ruled out for Friday's game, the San Antonio Express News' Dan McCarney reports.

Leonard will miss his second straight game with a hand injury and should be considered day-to-day. Kyle Anderson and Marco Belinelli should see extended run in his absence.