Grizzlies Win Eighth Straight; Down Clippers 123-108The Memphis Grizzlies tied a franchise record with their eighth straight win, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 123-108 on Saturday.
Paul Has Triple-Double, NBA-Leading Suns Top Clippers 106-89The Clippers dropped below .500 with the loss at 19-20 despite a season-high 26 points from former Suns forward Marcus Morris Sr. Reggie Jackson added 16. The Clippers were missing guards Luke Kennard and Xavier Moon, along with center Ivica Zubac, because of COVID-19 protocols.
Wolves Rout Clippers 122-104A shorthanded Los Angeles Clippers struggled mightily in their first home game of the new year. Since Christmas, the Clippers have lost six players to either injury or health and safety protocols.
Short-Handed Clippers Rally To Beat Nets 120-116Terance Mann and Reggie Jackson added 19 points apiece for the Clippers, who were coached for the second straight night by assistant Brian Shaw with coach Tyronn Lue in health and safety protocols.
Clippers Fall To Raptors, 116-108, As Pascal Siakam scores 25Pascal Siakam had 25 points and matched his career-high with 19 rebounds, while Fred VanVleet scored 31 points as the Raptors beat the Clippers 116-108 on Friday night.
Clippers Head Coach Ty Lue Enters COVID-19 ProtocolsTy Lue became the 10th NBA head coach to head into COVID-19 protocols on Friday.
Clippers Fall To Nuggets, 103-100Despite a 17-point comeback, the Clippers were unable to top the Denver Nuggets and reigning MVP Nikola Jocic who led all players with 26 points and 22 rebounds.
Spurs Defeat Clippers In 24-Point Rout, 116-92In Paul George's first game back, the San Antonio Spurs dominated the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night, 116-92 giving them their third straight loss.
Reggie Jackson Hits Winning Jumper, Clippers Beat Magic, 106-104
Clippers Barely Hold Off Celtics To Seal Victory, 114-111The Los Angeles Clippers held off the Boston Celtics defeating them without star Paul George, 114-111
Los Angeles Clippers Hold Off Lakers, 119-115Marcus Morris Sr. led the Clippers in scoring with 21 points, converting 6 of his 9 three-point attempts one of which iced the game. Paul George scored 19 points shooting 7 for 20 from the field, after being inactive last game for his first rest day of the season. Luke Kennard came off the bench and matched George's 19 points shooting an efficient 70% overall and 62.5% from three.