In a video that circulated throughout social media after the Spurs' 125-107 win over Leonard's Raptors, his mother Kim Robertson can be seen arguing with a fan who was seated in an entirely different section. "Everybody's anticipating the game".
"You're always concerned", Nurse said Sunday, via ESPN.
DeRozan is having his best season for rebounds (5.9) and assists (6.3) and his 22.9 points per game is within range of his career high of 23.5 points. "He's been a great teammate".
"I guess just as much anticipation as you guys have had the first three, four months of the season or so", Green said. One thing they've considered is playing a tribute for both Leonard and Green together to soften the reaction. "So I felt badly, honestly", Popovich said of the booing.
Leonard's mother Kim Robertson (right) took issue with one fan on Thursday, but the entire AT&T Center in San Antonio seemed determined to make the Leonard family uncomfortable.
"While I'm sure it wasn't easy for Kawhi or anyone, we wish him well with the future of his career".
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There is every possibility that Leonard gets moved on to DeRozan should the former Raptor get hot, but the thinking is Green is more than capable of taking on the challenge DeRozan presents while freeing up Leonard to use his energy on offence, where he will be counted on heavily with Lowry expected out again.
Defeating one of the league's best teams is huge for the Spurs, who look to remain in the West's competitive playoff picture. We'll see what the fans show.
DeRozan is just the 13th player in Spurs history to produce a triple-double, and it marked the 43rd time that milestone had been reached in San Antonio franchise history. I left a team, and it was not good blood there.
"I got great shooters around me", DeRozan told the National Basketball Association on TNT during his postgame interview.
DeMar DeRozan will make his first return to Toronto on February 22.
"Obviously, I had an inside scoop on the type of player he is and what kind of person he is".