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Clippers survive Kings with 121-115 win

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Blake Griffin says he’s fully recovered from the concussion he suffered last weekend and marveled at how his Los Angeles Clippers have maneuvered their way around a series of injuries to key players this season. Griffin is just as impressed with how much the club has gotten from unheralded teammates like Tyrone Wallace, who spent most ...

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Short-handed Spurs look to slow Lakers

The San Antonio Spurs will be without two key players and likely more when they face the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on Thursday. Kawhi Leonard will miss his third straight game with a partial tear in his left shoulder, the team announced Wednesday afternoon. The two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year was injured Friday during a victory ...

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Hornets coach Steve Clifford medically cleared to return to sidelines

Steve Clifford is set to return to the sidelines. The 56-year-old Charlotte Hornets head coach has been medically cleared to return to coaching on a full-time basis and will return to practice on Jan. 16, the franchise announced on Thursday night. Clifford’s first game back on the Hornets’ bench will be the team’s Jan. 17 game against the Washington Wizards. ...

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Hornets coach Clifford to return to work next week

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Hornets coach Steve Clifford has been medically cleared to return to coaching on a full-time basis. The team said Thursday night that Clifford will officially re-join the Hornets starting with practice Tuesday. He will return to the sideline Wednesday night against the Washington Wizards. Clifford has been away from the team since Dec. 6 dealing with a ...

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Doc Rivers: ‘This is a huge win for us’

Jan 11, 2018 at 2:37a ET With both teams having players out, the Clippers still came out on top. Lou Williams was a stand out with 50 pts. in Wednesday’s game. Rivers talks about how much he loves coaching this team. More FOX Sports West Videos More FOX Sports West Videos»

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Elbow injury sidelines Pacers’ Turner at least two games

The right elbow injury that Myles Turner suffered Monday night against Milwaukee will keep him out of the Indiana Pacers’ next two games. Beyond that is unknown. The Pacers announced Wednesday that Turner is being evaluated and an update will be provided when available. He will miss tonight’s game against Miami and Friday’s game against Cleveland.

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