LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers said guard Chris Paul might be able to play Friday against the Sacramento Kings. Rivers added that Paul fully participated in Wednesday’s shootaround prior to the Clippers’ 115-106 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Paul has missed seven of the Clippers’ past eight games with a strained left hamstring, including Wednesday’s contest.
“Chris looked great today, had a full workout, played up and down,” Rivers said before the game. “He looked terrific. We’ll wait to see how he feels tomorrow. Obviously, again, if it was a playoff game, Chris would be playing. But we just want to make sure he doesn’t have any soreness. “If he doesn’t, then he’s cleared.”
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