LA Clippers vs Charlotte Hornets

LA Clippers vs Charlotte Hornets
LA Clippers vs Charlotte Hornets
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The LA Clippers are looking to find themselves on a legitimate three-game winning streak tonight, and they’ll have the chance to do it against a shorthanded Charlotte Hornets team.

The Clippers don’t have any players listed on their injury report tonight. Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, James Harden, and Russell Westbrook are all listed as available against the Charlotte Hornets.

The Charlotte Hornets have six players listed on their injury report: LaMelo Ball, Davis Bertans, Seth Curry, Cody Martin, Aleksej Pokusevski, and Mark Williams. LaMelo Ball is out due to right ankle tendinopathy, Davis Bertans is available with a face mask due to a nasal fracture, Seth Curry is out due to a right ankle sprain, Cody Martin is out due to a left ankle sprain, Aleksej Pokusevski is questionable with an illness, and Mark Williams is out due to lower back injury recovery.

After defeating the Philadelphia 76ers and Orlando Magic, the LA Clippers have a chance to go on a three-game winning streak tonight against the Hornets. With the Pelicans losing against the Celtics last night, it would give LA a two-game advantage on the fourth seed, and also a four-game advantage on being in the dreaded seventh-seed. Even though the Clippers are playing a 13th-seeded Hornets team tonight, it’s a must-win game for LA so that they can reduce their margin for error before facing tougher teams in April.

The LA Clippers and Charlotte Hornets face off at 6:00 pm EST tonight.

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