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How a Quad Strain Kept Out a Former Finals MVP For A Year!

Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard is garnering MVP votes after not playing almost all of last year with a quad tendon strain. He now has a new home, is playing amazing basketball, and his team is off to the best start in the franchise history. There is still one question that many are asking. How did a quad strain keep an elite athlete off the court for almost an entire year?! We will take a deeper look into this injury and how it affected his former team, the San Antonio Spurs, last year.

The Quadricep Tendon and the NBA.

The Quadricep Tendon and the NBA.

With Tony Parker leaving the NBA Spurs to head to the Charlotte Hornets, we figured we would dive into his injury history. If you haven't heard, Parker recently compared his quadricep tendon rupture to Kawhi’s quadricep tendinopathy, and how Parker’s injury was significantly worse. Our specialists in Brooklyn and NYC jumped in with quadricep tendon and knee injury facts for you.

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