Jeff Green

#8 PF / Memphis Grizzlies / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-9 Weight: 235 lb Age: 29 College: Georgetown

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Will start Friday

    Green will draw the start in Friday's matchup with the Trail Blazers. Green will get the start at small forward in Game 6 Friday. He is replacing Jamal Crawford who started Game 5. It is not surprising the Clippers are opting to shake up their starting lineup again as they are trying to find the cure for the absent Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. Green should see a relatively heavy workload.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Scores 17 points off bench in Game 5 loss

    Green had 17 points (6-10 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-8 FT), six rebounds, three steals, and two assists across 37 minutes during the Clippers' 108-98 loss to the Trail Blazers in Wednesday's Game 5. It had been reported that Green would draw the start given injuries to Chris Paul (hand) and Blake Griffin (quad), but Green wound up coming off the bench behind Paul Pierce, who played just 10 minutes. Through five games in round one, Green is contributing 10.0 points, 2.8 rebounds, and one steal in 24 minutes per contest, but he will likely see north of 30 minutes for the third straight game as the Clippers look to force a Game 7 by winning in Portland on Friday.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Expected to start Game 5

    Green is in the Clippers' expected starting lineup for Wednesday's Game 5 matchup against the Trail Blazers, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports. With Blake Griffin (quad) and Chris Paul (hand) likely out for the season, the Clippers will be rolling out a new-look starting lineup for Game 5 on Wednesday. Green is expected to fill in for Griffin while Austin Rivers will likely start in place of Chris Paul. After struggling through the first three games of the series, averaging 5.3 points on 35.7% shooting to go with 1.0 rebounds per game, Green came alive on the offensive end Monday and posted 17 points on 5-of-10 shooting from the floor. He figures to see a similar allotment of minutes Wednesday to what he did in place of Griffin on Monday when he played 31 minutes.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Contributes 17 points in Monday's costly loss

    Green contributed 17 points (5-10 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 4-6 FT) and five rebounds in 31 minutes during Monday's Game 4 loss to the Trail Blazers. Green finally found a groove offensively this series and may be thrust into the offensive spotlight as the Clippers suffered to potentially major injurues. With Chris Paul breaking his hand and Blake Griffin suffering exiting with leg soreness, Los Angeles may be in dire need of a scoring punch. Expect Green to see his workload increase on both ends if Griffin misses time.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Provides 10 bench points in Game 2 victory

    Green poured in 10 points (3-5 FG, 4-5 FT), a rebound and a pair of blocks over 17 minutes in Wednesday's 102-81 Game 2 victory over the Trail Blazers. The 29-year-old was barely a blip on the stat sheet with a three-point effort in Game 1, but registered in more impactful fashion in essentially the same amount of playing time Wednesday. Green showed a bit more aggression on offense, with both his shot and free-throw attempts seeing an increase over his totals in the postseason opener. The eight-year veteran could play a pivotal role in providing some scoring punch with the second unit in subsequent games that turn out to be more competitive than the first pair of contests against the Trail Blazers have been.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Manages 18 points off bench in Friday victory

    Green supplied 18 points (7-21 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, a steal and a block over 36 minutes in Friday's 102-99 overtime victory over the Jazz. The veteran forward retained his customary bench role despite the Clippers resting four-fifths of their starting five, but did receive a healthy playing time allotment with the contest stretching into overtime. The Georgetown product managed double-digit scoring for the sixth time in the last eight games, although he has notably struggled with his shot over the last pair of outings. Green has tallied a 31 percent success rate (8-for-26) over that span.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Will play Friday

    Green (knee) will play in Friday's game against the Jazz, Rowan Kavner of reports. Green was limited to just 14 minutes during Wednesday's outing against the Lakers, as he left the game with a bruised right knee. The injury wasn't anything serious and after going through morning shootaround Friday without any setbacks, Green is expected to take the court against the Jazz. With both Wesley Johnson (foot) and Blake Griffin (rest) sitting out, Green will likely be relied on for a heavy workload Friday.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Questionable Friday

    Green (knee) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Jazz, Dan Woike of the OC Register reports. Green was limited to only 14 minutes Wednesday against the Lakers, leaving the game with a bruise to his right knee. The issue isn't considered serious, but with soreness still persisting, the Clippers will wait until Friday's shootaround to issue an update. If Green is ultimately cleared to play, he would likely see a heavy workload given the team's decision to rest a number of key regulars, including Blake Griffin and Wesley Johnson.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Exits with bruised knee

    Green left Wednesday's game against the Lakers with a right knee contusion and will not return. A night after putting up 21 points against the same Lakers squad, Green was limited to just 14 minutes and three points before leaving Wednesday's game. As long as he is dealing with only a bruise, he should be available for the Clippers' next game Friday against the Jazz.

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    Clippers' Jeff Green: Goes off for 21 points Tuesday

    Green put up 21 points (7-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 6-9 FT), three rebounds, two assists, one steal, and one block across 31 minutes in Tuesday's 103-81 win over the Lakers. The Clippers have decided to stick with Luc Richard Mbah a Moute as their starting small forward in the two games since Blake Griffin's return from a 45-game absence, which has forced Green and Wesley Johnson to fight for minutes on the second unit. Both players received plenty of court time Tuesday because of the blowout nature of the game, and Green ended up finishing as the team's second-leading scorer. While his strong offensive evening was encouraging, Green hasn't been a particularly consistent scoring option since joining the Clippers, and that issue will only become more exacerbated in more competitive games where Griffin will take on more minutes.