NBA player Paul George was recently diagnosed with a torn labrum in one of his elbows, causing anxiety among fans and fear that he will miss the rest of the season
Paul George has given an update on his elbow injury. The photo of Paul George’s elbow shows that he is still recovering and will be out for the rest of the season.
Paul George is one of the main reasons the Los Angeles Clippers have managed to remain afloat in the Western Conference despite the absence of All-Star Kawhi Leonard. Despite playing without PG in the last two games of the NBA season, the Los Angeles Clippers have won both games. George provided an update on his injury situation lately.
Information about the injury
According to many reports, the singer is suffering from a right elbow injury, according to one story from Si.com. The Clippers star revealed during a Twitch live broadcast on Friday that he is struggling with a sprained elbow and would most likely miss today’s game against the Orlando Magic (December 11).
Kawhi Leonard is still out with an ACL rupture sustained in last season’s playoff series against the Utah Jazz, so Paul George isn’t the only crucial player who has lost time for the LA Clippers. Serge Ibaka has also been out due to a back ailment he sustained last season. The Clippers expect to have their whole roster available to help them climb the Western Conference standings.
The future of the Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers are 15-12 right now. As a result, they now have the 5th seed in the Western Conference. However, with games against the Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns coming up in the next two days, the club will be hoping to get Paul George back into the lineup.
As previously said, the Clippers faced both teams in the playoffs last season, so both games will be a litmus test to gauge where they stand.
Last year’s playoffs saw the club upset the Utah Jazz, but they were defeated in the Western Conference Finals by the Phoenix Suns, spearheaded by Chris Paul. Los Angeles may struggle against both teams without Paul George.
Recap of the game
The Los Angeles Clippers had a major victory today, since it was their third in a row for the first time in weeks.
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A few players made huge contributions, but none more so than Reggie Jackson, who hit a game-winning jumper with only two seconds remaining. For the Clippers, Jackson blasted a tremendous shot and scored 9 points in the final minutes of the game.
Despite being in the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the Orlando Magic kept the game close against the Clippers, with Cole Anthony scoring 23 points and Terrence Ross adding 22.
With 23 seconds remaining in the game, Cole Anthony made a game-tying three before the Clippers ran out much of the time on a Reggie Jackson basket.
Reggie Jackson scored 25 points in the contest. Luke Kennard also had a huge game, scoring 23 points, dishing out 5 assists, and grabbing 3 rebounds. He was able to make 7 three-pointers. The shooter has been a bright spot for the squad lately, averaging 17.1 points in the previous six games. With at least 150 tries, he has the best three-point shooting percentage in the league, at 45.1 percent.
Ty Lue, according to a post on Si.com, wants Kennard to shoot even more triples. The marksman is in the first year of a contract extension and taking full use of it.
Terance Mann scored 16 points in today’s game, which included strong contributions from Reggie Jackson and Luke Kennard.
The Los Angeles Clippers will take a little vacation before hosting the Phoenix Suns on Monday night in Los Angeles.
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