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LOS ANGELES - Draymond Green's verbal jabs at Paul Pierce during the Warriors' 123-113 win Thursday stayed with the Clippers forward long
LOS ANGELES - Chris Paul is back in the Clippers' lineup after missing five weeks with a torn ligament in his left thumb. The star point
Paul Pierce didn't walk back without responding to Draymond Green's words after his L.A. Clippers were swept in the season series after Thursday night's 123-113 loss.
Chris Paul has been medically cleared to return from his left thumb injury, and that return could come on Friday when his L.A. Clippers host the visiting San Antonio Spurs.
Clippers' owner Steve Ballmer has reportedly had multiple talks about bringing the LA Clippers to Inglewood, following both the Rams and Chargers.
If the Clippers, sans Chris Paul and on the road against the best team in the league, had been outclassed from the outset by Golden State-perhaps the loss would have been easier to swallow. But Los Angeles was very aware of the previous nine losses to Golden State and took full advantage of the Warriors somewhat lackadaisical start to the first game post-All Star break.
Despite the loss to the Warriors, there was one bright light in an otherwise dark day in Oakland: The long-awaited NBA debut of rookie Brice Johnson.
Despite a great effort from Austin Rivers, the Clippers dropped yet another one to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on Thursday night.
The Warriors delivered a masterful offensive display in the third quarter against the Clippers.