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2017 NBA Playoffs: How to Watch Clippers-Jazz Game 6

It could be the last game of the Clippers’ season.

Utah Jazz v Los Angeles Clippers - Game Five Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

After dropping games 4 and 5 consecutively, the Clippers have gone from holding a 2-1 lead to facing a 3-2 deficit and possible elimination in tonight’s game 6 in Utah. In order to extend their season, the Clippers will need to play a complete game, starting with an aggressive Chris Paul and an energetic DeAndre Jordan, and carrying on down the roster with efficient offensive performers and stingy team defense.

There are many trials ahead for the Clippers if they get a win tonight—but if they can’t pull out this road victory, they won’t get to face the next test.

How to Watch:

Date/Time: Friday, April 28th, 2017 at 7:30 pm Pacific

Venue: Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah


TV: Prime Ticket, ROOT Sports, ESPN

Radio: KEIB 1150 (LA Local); KZNS (Utah Local)

Probable Starters:

Los Angeles Clippers: Chris Paul, J.J. Redick, Luc Mbah a Moute, Marreese Speights, DeAndre Jordan

Utah Jazz: George Hill, Joe Ingles, Gordon Hayward, Boris Diaw, Rudy Gobert

Key Reserves:

LAC: Raymond Felton, Austin Rivers, Jamal Crawford, Paul Pierce

Utah: Rodney Hood, Joe Johnson, Derrick Favors

Deep Bench:

LAC: Alan Anderson, Wesley Johnson, Brandon Bass

Utah: Raul Neto, Shelvin Mack, Dante Exum, Trey Lyles, Jeff Withey


LAC: Blake Griffin—OUT

Utah: Alec Burks—OUT

More Reading:

Robert Flom’s Game 6 Preview

Today’s episode of Locked on Clippers with Lucas Hann

Around the NBA:


Washington Wizards at Atlanta Hawks (Washington leads 3-2), 7:30 pm EST, ESPNU/NBATV

Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls (Boston leads 3-2), 8:00 pm EST, ESPN