The Clippers (37-31) will take on the Portland Trail Blazers (43-26) on Sunday at STAPLES Center, in the third matchup of the season between the two teams.
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On the second night of a back-to-back, the Clippers (37-30) will finish a three-game road trip against the Thunder (41-29) in Oklahoma City.
Take a look behind the scenes at the creation of the Clippers’ Nike City Edition jersey, which pays homage to the team’s San Diego roots through its iconic color scheme and tribute to the state of California.
Acclimation to life without Blake Griffin has been a speedy process, sparked by the play of Tobias Harris – one of the new faces from Detroit – as well as the rejuvenation of DeAndre Jordan and Lou Williams, and the emergence of Montrezl Harrell.
The Clippers (37-29) will travel to take on the Houston Rockets (53-14) on Thursday in the two teams’ fourth and final tilt of the season.
The Clippers won their third straight game behind a monster performance from DeAndre Jordan, beating the Bulls, 112-106.
The Clippers (36-29) will hit the road to take on the Chicago Bulls (23-43) on Tuesday, in the first of three consecutive road contests. LA will travel to Houston on Thursday and Oklahoma City on Friday.
The Clippers led comfortably for most of the game, winning 116-102 over Cleveland, behind a 20-point, 23-rebound game from center DeAndre Jordan.