Kawhi Leonard thanks Spurs teammates and fans, Gregg Popovich in letter

Kawhi Leonard thanks Spurs teammates and fans, Gregg Popovich in letter

Kawhi Leonard thanks Spurs teammates and fans, Gregg Popovich in letter

That trade right there shows you the difference between the San Antonio Spurs and other organizations.

Though some are more heartfelt and less robotic, thank-you letters by traded players rarely say much significantly.

"THANK YOU Pop I'll always be grateful for my growth under your guidance", Leonard wrote.

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Outside of that, this is a pretty boilerplate "thank you" letter from the reserved forward as he starts his new chapter in Toronto.

Popovich and Leonard appeared to have a fractured relationship at times during the Leonard's final year in San Antonio, when the disgruntled forward suited up for just nine games due to injury. "I'll always remember the city and the people of San Antonio!".

"The best part about San Antonio, they do right by you", said Gay.

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"Through ups and downs - glad there were many more ups!"

Kawhi Leonard's first public statement since being part of a blockbuster National Basketball Association trade last month is full of thanks but short on explanations.

There was speculation that Leonard would not play for Toronto, as his preference was to head to Los Angeles and play for the Lakers.

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"I honestly don't feel like Kawhi wrote that". Leonard, who missed almost all of the 2017 season with the Spurs with a mysterious quad injury that plagued him throughout the year, was reportedly asking to be traded by the Spurs behind closed doors. The once-again teammates have shared the floor in Drew League action this summer, and will look to improve on their rather ineffectual run with the Raptors back in 2013 this upcoming season as Spurs. The Spurs then dealt him to Toronto on July 18 for DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl and a protected 2019 first-round pick.

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