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Report: Kawhi Leonard nearing full health

The San Antonio Spurs' roster composition and coaching staff could help them land LeBron James this summer, according to Reggie Miller.

The Spurs and Kawhi Leonard must repair their broken relationship before they offer him a super-max contract extension.

Danny Green said Leonard is committed to doing that. San Antonio reportedly has its doubts.

Whether the Spurs keep or trade Leonard, a big question for San Antonio and teams interested in him: Will he be healthy for next season?

Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports:

He’ll be ready. He’s already, I think, close to 100 percent. He’ll be fine going into the year.

Leonard’s quad injury has been so confounding. Gregg Popovich said in February that Leonard wouldn’t miss the rest of the season. In early March, Leonard said he’d return “soon” Yet, the Spurs played until late April without him returning.

So, I’m mostly in believe-it-when-I-see-it-mode.

Even once Leonard becomes fully healthy, another, more complex question will still loom: How susceptible is Leonard to future injuries?

San Antonio will evaluate that before offering an extension. So will other teams before making trade offers.