Kawhi Leonard only played nine games last season due to a quadriceps injury, but the new star for the Toronto Raptors is back to his old self, according to Raptors assistant Phil Handy.
“He’s doing great,” Handy said of Leonard on Toronto Talk Sports Ashish Mathur of Amico Hoops). “He’s in great shape. His body looks good. He’s feeling good. He’s moving well, so I don’t anticipate any issues or problems.”
After a lost 2017-18 season, Leonard was traded to Toronto in a July deal that sent DeMar DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs.