11:37 AM ETAdrian WojnarowskiMichael C. WrightCloseMichael C. WrightESPN Staff WriterJoined ESPN in 2010 Previously covered Bears for ESPN.com Played college football at West Texas A&MMonths of discord centering on elements of treatment, rehabilitation and timetables for return from a right quadriceps injury have had a chilling impact on San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard's relationship with the franchise and coaching staff, league sources told ESPN.Under president and coach Gregg Popovich...
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