Clippers Injury Report
Kawhi Leonard and Paul George edge closer to a return, but Norman Powell is the newest name to enter their vicious injury cycle.
The Los Angeles Clippers could now be without Tuesday night’s heroes, Reggie Jackson and Norman Powell, against the Utah Jazz.
Paul George and Luke Kennard are out, while the team waits on the status of Kawhi Leonard.
Kawhi Leonard will not play against the Warriors, so the Clippers ‘next man up’ mentality will be tested once again.
Paul George is the latest Clipper to be sidelined with a hamstring injury, but what can fans expect in terms of a timeline for return?
The Los Angeles Clippers have upgraded Kawhi Leonard to questionable for the visit of the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night.
The Los Angeles Clippers remain without Kawhi Leonard, and with no timeline on his return, some fans are questioning the franchise’s short and long-term strategy.
There’s some players missing on both sides for the game.
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This will be an updating tracker of which Clippers have tested positive
The team said they would give an update within 3-4 weeks after George’s injury was officially announced on Dec. 25.
Chris Haynes shared some good news about the superstar’s rehab on TNT.
The Clippers star has missed 11 of the last 13 games, including six in a row, with a UCL injury.
The Clippers coach was animated after getting out of international quarantine.
This gives the Clippers 12 available players for their upcoming road trip.
Paul George is going to be out for a while, a huge blow to the Clippers hopes of being competitive for the next month.
The Clippers will be without PG and Nicolas Batum against the Kings Wednesday night.