Paul George will not play on Saturday against Orlando


Dec 10, 2021

The Athletic’s Law Murray reports that Paul George is out of the Clippers’ game against Orlando. George is suffering from a right elbow sprain, previously thought to be a contusion. George leads the Clippers in scoring, averaging 25 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 5.4 assists. His scoring numbers also put him tenth in the NBA. The Clippers are already without Kawhi Leonard because of knee surgery in July, so getting George back in action will be a top priority. Los Angeles is fifth in the Western Conference with a 14-12 record and has won three of their previous four games. Nicolas Batum is also doubtful after injuring his right ankle on Wednesday. Right now, FanDuel Sportsbook has the Clippers at +2100 to win the 2022 NBA Championship, but if they continue to suffer injuries to key players, it’ll be significantly less.

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