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Power Forwards
1. W. Johnson
2. B. Bass
Centers
1. D. Jordan
2. M. Speights
Small Forwards
1. L. Mbah a Moute
2. W. Johnson
3. A. Anderson
Shooting Guards
1. J. Redick
2. J. Crawford
Point Guards
1. A. Rivers
2. R. Felton
 
Last Updated: 01/19/2017
 
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Last Five Games
1/16 vs. OKC
D. JordanC
C. PaulPG
L. Mbah a MouteSF
A. RiversPG
J. RedickSG
 
1/14 vs. LAL
D. JordanC
C. PaulPG
A. RiversPG
J. RedickSG
L. Mbah a MouteSF
 
1/11 vs. ORL
D. JordanC
J. RedickSG
C. PaulPG
L. Mbah a MouteSF
A. RiversPG
 
1/8 vs. MIA
J. RedickSG
C. PaulPG
D. JordanC
R. FeltonPG
L. Mbah a MouteSF
 
1/6 vs. SAC
A. RiversPG
D. JordanC
C. PaulPG
J. RedickSG
L. Mbah a MouteSF

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
C. PaulPG17.55.39.7
P. PierceSF3.81.50.2
J. RedickSG15.72.11.2
D. JordanC12.313.90.9
L. Mbah a MouteSF6.52.50.4
 
Notes
  • 40 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 2 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
2 Game(s)
L. Mbah a MouteSF
C. PaulPG
B. GriffinPF
D. JordanC
J. RedickSG
2 Game(s)
D. JordanC
L. Mbah a MouteSF
B. GriffinPF
C. PaulPG
J. RedickSG
1 Game(s)
J. RedickSG
D. JordanC
C. PaulPG
L. Mbah a MouteSF
B. GriffinPF
1 Game(s)
J. RedickSG
D. JordanC
L. Mbah a MouteSF
B. GriffinPF
C. PaulPG
1 Game(s)
D. JordanC
A. RiversPG
W. JohnsonSF
L. Mbah a MouteSF
J. CrawfordSG

 
 
 

Jamal Crawford, #11, 6-5, 195
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4326.311.62.71.50.60.2
 
Brandon Bass, #30, 6-8, 250
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
2711.75.50.52.30.20.2
 
News
Bass went for 10 points (4-6 FG, 2-2 FT), six rebounds and a steal over 18 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Bass received double-digit minutes for the third time in six January games, after having seen that allotment of playing time in seven of the last eight December contests. The veteran forward continues to produce if given the opportunity, as Monday's output represented his third double-digit scoring effort in those three games when he's received more than 10 minutes of run. Mareese Speights continues to slot ahead of him, however, and Blake Griffin's eventual return could push Bass even further down the rotation.

Raymond Felton, #2, 6-1, 205
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4121.37.22.32.50.90.4
 
News
Felton produced 15 points (7-7 FG, 1-2 FT), six assists, three rebounds, a steal and a block over 27 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

The veteran saw some extra run with Chris Paul exiting early with a thumb injury, generating his second straight 15-point effort in the process. Felton continued his torrid shooting streak as well, one that's seen him tally a 75 percent success rate (18-for-24) from the field over the last three games. If Paul is forced to miss Thursday's game against the Timberwolves, Felton could be in line for a move the starting five, an opportunity that he's already parlayed into some solid production on multiple occasions this season.

Alan Anderson, #9, 6-6, 220
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
1611.53.10.51.00.10.0
 
News
Anderson scored five points (2-5 FG, 1-1 FT), grabbed one rebound and dished one assist in 19 minutes during Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Playing time this season has been sporadic for Anderson, who has seen double-digit minutes only eight times so far. The 34-year-old had played a combined 13 minutes in the six games since his 18 minute outing last time the Clippers played the Thunder. Anderson isn't very productive even when he does play, as he is averaging 3.1 points, 1.0 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 0.1 steals per game.

JJ Redick, #4, 6-4, 190
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4027.715.71.22.10.60.1
 
News
Redick amassed 20 points (7-15 FG, 5-10 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two assists, a rebound and two steals over 27 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Redick upped his aggression on offense with Chris Paul exiting early with a sprained thumb, taking double-digit three-point attempts for the first time since Dec. 4 against the Pacers. The veteran guard has had the hot hand from behind the arc since the calendar flipped to 2017, tallying a 42.9 percent success rate over the last seven games. He also has 20-point efforts in three of his last four, and with Paul potentially set to miss Thursday's game against the Timberwolves, Redick could take on an increased role in the offense in that contest as well.

DeAndre Jordan, #6, 6-11, 265
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4331.912.30.913.90.61.8
 
News
Jordan posted 19 points (7-8 FG, 5-8 FT), 15 rebounds, two assists, four blocks and two steals over 30 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Jordan took advantage of a Thunder squad playing without Steven Adams (concussion), posting his third straight double-double and tallying multiple blocks for the third consecutive contest as well. The veteran big man has averaged a whopping 18.5 rebounds over the last four contests, and is shooting 74.6 percent over seven January games, his best monthly figure in that category to date this season.

Luc Mbah a Moute, #12, 6-8, 230
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4123.46.50.42.51.00.5
 
Marreese Speights, #5, 6-10, 255
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4316.510.30.85.00.30.5
 
News
Speights tallied 23 points (8-15 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 10 rebounds, three assists and a steal over 27 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Speights is renowned for making his presence felt on the offensive end any time he's on the court, but his minutes typically doesn't exceed the teens. However, Monday's performance was an example of what he can do with some extended run, with Speights averaging just under two shot attempts per minute and posting a success rate above 50 percent for the fourth straight contest. Chris Paul's early exit due to a thumb injury and a comfortable second-half lead for the Clippers opened up more opportunity for Speights, but his playing time could be back at its usual level when Los Angeles tangles with the Timberwolves on Thursday.

Wesley Johnson, #33, 6-7, 215
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
3613.63.20.53.30.50.6
 
Injuries
Personal - Game Time Decision (Updated - 1/17/17)
News
Johnson is away from the team following the birth of his child and won't play in Monday's game against the Thunder, Rowan Kavner of Clippers.com reports.

It seems unlikely that Johnson will miss multiple games, so there's a good chance he's back with the Clippers prior to Thursday's matchup against the Timberwolves. That said, Johnson has held just a minor role off the bench for the Clippers, so his absence shouldn't drastically change the team's regular allotment of minutes.

Austin Rivers, #25, 6-4, 200
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4126.311.02.52.00.80.1
 
News
Rivers supplies 16 points (5-13 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), six assists, two rebounds and a steal over 35 minutes in Monday's 120-98 win over the Thunder.

Rivers saw the highest allotment of playing time on the Clippers, producing his fourth double-digit scoring effort over the last five games in the process. It was the fifth-year guard's first night under the 40-percent mark from the floor since Jan. 2, as he'd shot an impressive 55.7 percent over the previous four contests. If Chris Paul (thumb) is unable to take the floor for Thursday's tilt against the Timberwolves, Rivers could be in line for a start at point guard, where he typically offers his highest level of production.