Watch Match: Worriors Vs Clippers “Livestream

Kawhi Leonard and Chris Paul are both sidelined.


When the Golden State Warriors play the Los Angeles Clippers today at 7:00 p.m. PT on ESPN, they’ll be trying to build on their first six-game winning streak. The Dubs will start the All-Star break following their road game against the Utah Jazz on Thursday night, and another victory would give them the chance to generate some significant momentum heading into the break. Additionally, head coach Steve Kerr has rejoined the squad after missing Monday’s match to attend Dejan Milojević’s funeral.


Although the Clippers have been playing well for a few months, they will also be without a crucial player, just like the Dubs. See the complete injury report here.


Chris Paul (fractured left hand) is out for the Warriors.


Paul will miss this game for the seventeenth time in a row, but a comeback appears to be imminent. If I were a betting man, I would predict that he will start for the Dubs against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, February 22, when they return from their break.


Kawhi Leonard (left adductor strain) is out of the clippers.


This will just be Leonard’s fifth game missed this season, indicating that he is having one of his most resilient seasons ever. Since he has been among the NBA’s finest players this season, the Dubs will undoubtedly find things easier in his absence.

PJ Tucker is out (not with team).

Bones Hyland (not with the team) is out.


This isn’t something you see every day, but Tucker and Hyland have been sent home until after the All-Star break, per a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic. It appears that both players are dissatisfied with their menial duties on the squad and are receiving light disciplinary action in an effort to “reset mindset,” as Charania put it.




Play well, Dub Nation!



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