Kawhi Leonard is officially listed as doubtful for Monday's Game 4, but Spurs coach Gregg Popovich laid it out in stark terms after the team's practice Sunday.

“If he’s unable to play yesterday, I don’t think there’s going to be a miraculous healing by tomorrow,” Popovich told reporters, via MercuryNews.com.

Leonard, one of three finalists for the NBA MVP Award, has not played the past two games of the Western Conference finals because of a sprained left ankle. He suffered the injury landing on Warriors center Zaza Pachulia's foot following a jump shot in Game 1.

Leonard did not practice with the team Sunday.

The Warriors hold a 3-0 lead in the series, and have outscored the Spurs 314-241 since Leonard left Game 1.

The Spurs will also be without the services of veteran forward David Lee, who suffered a left knee injury in the first quarter of Saturday's 120-108 loss.