REPORT: Kawhi Leonard's camp hid him from Spurs while in NYC

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If true then this is not a good look for Kawhi Leonard and his camp.

During an interview with Bleacher Report's Tom Haberstroh, ESPN's Michael C. Wright revealed some rather interesting details as to the length and extremes Leonard's cam kept him from the Spurs while rehabbing his injured right quadriceps in New York City.

Wright reports when the Spurs staffers went to check up on him, Kawhi's handlers sequestered him into another part of the building just to keep him from being looked at.

"There was a point during his rehab process in New York, that some of the Spurs brass went out to see him, in New York. As soon as those guys arrived to the building, Kawhi's people, grabbed him and sequestered him to another part of the building so the Spurs people couldn't even see him.

It was reported the Spurs were on board with him rehabbing in New York City and wanted to work with him as well.

As of right now, only the Lakers, Sixers, Clippers and Celtics have reportedly been in the mix for a Kawhi trade. But as of now, there has been no movement.

With Kawhi still under contract with the Spurs and reportedly eyeing a return to Los Angeles, teams are iffy as to whether he will commit to a long-term deal if he is traded to a non-L.A. team, or don't want to give the Spurs a haul knowing he will be an unrestricted free agent after next season.

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