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Spurs point guard Tony Parker left Game 2 in Los Angeles with an apparent Achilles injury--but that's not expected to keep him out tonight.
Multiple outlets are reporting that the banged-up Parker, who is nursing quadriceps and ankle injuries to boot, is good to go for tonight's Game 3 in San Antonio. Parker had only one point and five assists in Game 2 while playing 30 minutes, and his minutes are expected to drop tonight.
If Parker does see a significant drop in playing time, we could see different defensive schemes thrown at Chris Paul. Spurs guard Danny Green told ESPN, "I'm sure we'll have different guys on [Paul], throwing different looks at him. I might start on him...Kawhi [Leonard] will have some time on him, even Cory Joseph...just try to contain him and not let him get off like he did in Game 1."
The Clippers signed guard Nate Robinson to his second 10-day contract Tuesday. Robinson has averaged four points and 1.5 rebounds in about 15 minutes per game, and is expected to fill Jamal Crawford's spot off the bench, who Doc Rivers said is "out for awhile."
In other 10-day news, the Clips expected to sign Jordan Hamilton to another short contract, but that plan was sidelined when Hamilton rolled his ankle against the Rockets on Sunday. The team may opt to re-sign him to another 10-day or for the rest of the season after seeing how he heals.
Was just informed that the Clippers will NOT re-sign Jordan Hamilton after his second 10-day contract expires.— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) March 17, 2015
The Clippers have not closed the door on re-signing Jordan Hamilton but plan to monitor his ankle in next few days to preserve flexibility.— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) March 17, 2015
Chris Paul surely got the best of Russell Westbrook in the Clippers' matchup against the Thunder Wednesday, and he's been playing at a high level all season. Melissa Rohlin of the LA Times went in-depth to describe how if Russ is a candidate, Chris should be too.
The Clippers will honor longtime broadcaster
and perfect human Ralph Lawler during Monday's home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Ceremonies will include tributes throughout the game and at halftime, when the president of the Los Angeles City Council will officially declare March 9th "Ralph Lawler Day" in the city of angels.
Fans in attendance will receive a commemorative "Oh Me Oh My" t-shirt and are encouraged to use the official hashtag #LawlerNight.
According to J.J. Redick, who was assessed a technical foul during a spat with the officials and Minnesota coach Flip Saunders Monday night, he was going to get his money back for the T. But according to the NBA's review, nope. Redick was thrown out of the game in the closing seconds after receiving two quick techs.
The Clippers voiced their support for Chris Paul after his crucial late-game turnover against the Grizzlies.
In this article from the LA Times, Rick Barry says it's "painful" to watch Deandre Jordan shoot free throws.