How bad is it?
The San Antonio Spurs will be without forward Kyle Anderson for two to three weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee, league sources told ESPN.
Anderson has played well while starting for an injured Kawhi Leonard. If Leonard returns soon, San Antonio won’t miss a beat. But if Leonard remains sidelined longer – especially if a banged-up Rudy Gay needs more time to heal – the Spurs could be thin.
Still, at 15-8, San Antonio has given itself plenty of cushion if it needs it.