Did Boston see the floor in the Clippers' last three games?
Boston has now seen the floor in each of the Clippers' last three games, though he wasn't a member of the rotation Monday while Los Angeles had all of its key rotation players available save for Norman Powell (groin). The second-year wing didn't check into Monday's contest until the Clippers were up 21 points with 3:16 left in the fourth quarter.
What happened to the Clippers after a big win over Boston?
Banged-up Clippers can't maintain any momentum Days after a big win over Boston, the Clippers lost to the Phoenix Suns with a lineup that didn't include Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and sev... Short-handed Clippers are no match against Suns LOS ANGELES — One by one, the starting lineup arrived inside Crypto.com Arena.
Who will the Clippers rely on in the backcourt?
With Kennard and Reggie Jackson (Achilles) both ruled out, the Clippers will likely rely heavily on John Wall and Terance Mann in the backcourt. Ivica Zubac - Ruled out Thursday Zubac (knee) will sit out Thursday's contest against the Suns, Law Murray of The Athletic reports.
Can the Clippers go 11 or 12 guys deep?
The Clippers front office, led by Lawrence Frank with presumably significant input from traitor Jerry West, has constructed what is presumably one of the deepest clubs in the league, a roster that could legitimately go 11 or 12 guys deep. But it's all for naught if the All-Stars can't bring it every night, and it sure doesn't seem like they can.