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The Clippers will look to bounce back from a disappointing loss tonight against a young and capable Utah Jazz team.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
2014/2015 NBA Regular Season
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November 3rd, 2014,  7:30 PM
STAPLES Center
Prime Ticket, KFWB 980 AM, KWKW 1330 AM
Win-Loss Breakdown (2013-2014)
21-9 East 12-18
36-16 West 13-39
34-7 Home 16-25
23-18 Road 9-32
25-18 .500+ 9-38
32-7 .500- 16-19
2-1 L10 1-2
Probable Starters
Chris Paul PG Trey Burke
J.J. Redick SG Alec Burks
Matt Barnes SF Gordon Hayward
Blake Griffin PF Enes Kanter
DeAndre Jordan C Derrick Favors
Advanced Stats
98.39 (7th of 30) Pace 93.57 (26th of 30)
109.4 (1st of 30) ORtg 100.6 (25th of 30)
102.1 (8th of 30) DRtg 109.1 (30th of 30)
Injuries/Other
Glen Davis (groin) doubtful

Jamal Crawford (ribs) questionable

The Back Story (The Clippers won the season series 3-0):

Date Venue Final

12/28/13 Los Angeles Clippers 98, Jazz 90 Recap Box
02/01/14 Los Angeles Clippers 102, Jazz 87 Recap Box
03/14/14 Salt Lake City Clippers 96, Jazz 87 Recap Box

Tonight marks the fourth game in five nights for the Clippers, who have given fans at least a little bit to worry about after lackluster play to start the season. The Utah Jazz are one of those teams that the Clippers should handily beat (on paper), but the Jazz are more than capable of making the Clippers pay if they don't come to play.