Leonard suffered a left knee contusion in the second half of the Clippers' loss to the Houston Rockets on Wednesday and did not play against New Orleans on Thursday or Atlanta on Saturday.
Leonard has missed five of the Clippers' 14 games this season and has yet to play alongside teammate Paul George, who made his Clippers debut on Thursday after rehabbing from two shoulder operations.
George has helped mitigate Leonard's absence, scoring 70 points in 44 minutes in his first two games back. He recorded 18 points on Monday, including a 3-pointer with 25.9 seconds left to put the Clippers up for good.
Leonard has been effective as well, when he has been on the court, averaging 26.8 points per game to go with a career-high six assists.