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The Clippers head into the break almost healthy and playing some of their best basketball of the season. A win over the Blazers tonight can send a message that the LAC will be a major force after the break.

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2013/2014 NBA Regular Season
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36-18

36-16
February 12th, 2014, 7:30 PM
STAPLES Center
Prime Ticket, KFWB 980 AM, KWKW 1330 AM
Win-Loss Breakdown
17-9 East 17-4
19-9 West 19-12
22-4 Home 19-6
14-14 Road 17-10
12-12 .500+ 13-11
24-6 .500- 23-5
7-3 L10 5-5
Probable Starters
Chris Paul PG Damian Lillard
Jamal Crawford SG Wesley Johnson
Matt Barnes SF Nicolas Batum
Blake Griffin PF LaMarcus Aldridge
DeAndre Jordan C Robin Lopez
Advanced Stats
97.91 (9th of 30) Pace 97.91 (8th of 30)
108.5 (3rd of 30) ORtg 108.6 (2nd of 30)
101.8 (8th of 30) DRtg 105.3 (21st of 30)
Injuries/Other
J.J. Redick (hip) out
Mo Williams (personal) probable


Joel Freeland (sprained MCL) out

The Back Story (The Blazers lead the season series 1-0):

Date Venue Final

12/26/13 Portland Blazers 116, Clippers 112 (OT) Recap Box

A second half thread is scheduled to post at 8:50. If you are the first one in the new post, please link forward from the first half thread to the second half thread so that your fellow citizens know where to go.