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In tonight's anticipated rematch of two of the NBA's four best teams, we will not be seeing Kawhi Leonard's season debut.
More than a few Boston Celtics fans are breathing a sigh of relief, but I'm not. For the San Antonio Spurs are getting back Tony Parker, and while he was a shell of his former self at times last season, nobody save maybe Gregg Popovich knows the Spurs system better, so I expect this team to still be dangerous despite Kyle Anderson being out dealing with a knee injury, too. 
Rudy Gay has been solid for the Spurs coming back from his own serious injury, and can likely mop up Anderson's 15 mpg effectively. Boston, however, will be playing Marcus Morris and Jaylen Brown after short stints of their own on the injured lists (knee and eye aggravation, respectively), which should help, but expect a close game nonetheless. 
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Justin Quinn 12/08/2017 03:18:00 PM Edit
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