Clippers and Kawhi Leonard to host Grizzlies At STAPLES Center. The Grizzlies will want to move on from a 105-117 loss to the Los-Angeles Lakers in which Josh Jackson had a great performance with 20 points (9-of-12 shooting), even though he has been struggling this season averaging 1 point. Brandon Clarke was on point last game, providing 14 points (7-of-11 from the field), 4 assists and 8 offensive rebounds.
The Clippers will want to move on from a 103-112 loss at home to the Sacramento Kings, a game in which Ivica Zubac contributed 7 offensive rebounds and 15 rebounds.
Will Kawhi Leonard replicate his 31 point performance in the last game’s loss to the Kings? The Clippers won one out of the 2 times they faced each other this season.
In their last five games, the Clippers grabbed only one win. The Grizzlies have won just 2 of their last 5 games. Both teams will be featuring their full lineups with no crucial players sitting out the contest.
The Clippers are better at free throw shooting, with an average of 20.589 free throws made per game, versus the Grizzlies’ average of 16.25.
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