Clippers doubt Kawhi Leonard for Game 2 against Mavs.

Kawhi Leonard's status for Tuesday night's Game 2 of the Los Angeles Clippers' first-round playoff series against the Dallas Mavericks is still uncertain.  

Leonard was present at Monday's practice, but head coach Ty Lue instructed that there would be no   

physical contact because the session was a walk-through to address the team's weaknesses.  

Lue stated, "He's going to go through practice today and we'll see" in response to a question about Leonard's availability to play on Tuesday.  

Inflammation in Leonard's right knee—the same knee that has previously undergone surgery for ACL and meniscus tears—has caused him to miss nine games in a row.  

Leonard was labeled as questionable on the injury report and missed Sunday's Game 1; he hasn't played since March 31.  

Lue stated that Leonard did not engage in any contact prior to this.  

If Leonard is unable to return on Tuesday, he will have three more days to prepare for Game 3 in Dallas on Friday.  

In the best-of-seven series, the Clippers are up 1-0.  

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