A triumphant Clippers win to start the week against the Thunder was marred by Chris Paul’s unfortunate injury news. On the contrary, a blowout loss Saturday against the Nuggets to end the week was made easier by Blake Griffin’s positive injury news.
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Foul trouble hurt an already trailing, shorthanded Clippers team (29-16), and it all went downhill after an early second-half burst against the Nuggets (18-24), as a 24-point deficit heading to the fourth quarter couldn’t be overcome.
Ask DeAndre Jordan about Marreese Speights, and he’ll look up quizzically in silence, as if he’s never heard the name. Shortening it to “Mo Speights” elicits the same perplexed look.
The more Raymond Felton racks up minutes with Chris Paul out, the less energy he’ll have to do what he does best.
The Clippers (29-15) looked poise to capture their eight straight win to start 2017 in their first game following Chris Paul’s thumb surgery, but that opportunity slipped away at the hands of Karl-Anthony Towns and the Timberwolves (15-28) down the stretch.
The Clippers have won seven straight games, but building on that undefeated start to 2017 just became significantly more challenging.
The only silver lining to Chris Paul’s injury for the Clippers is knowing another superstar isn’t far away from returning to help.
Despite getting the news earlier that morning that he’d be out for the next six to eight weeks, Paul still kept his obligation. He hosted his eighth annual bowling event, wearing a red jacket and pants around a white shirt and donning a black hat that matched the black brace surrounding his left thumb, which would need surgery the next day.
Clippers point guard Chris Paul will need surgery to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb, likely forcing him out for the next six to eight weeks.
The Clippers’ annual Charity Basketbowl Challenge, which took place this past weekend, provides them that opportunity in a day of bowling alongside their favorite players, with proceeds benefitting the LA Clippers Foundation and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.