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Los Angeles Clippers look to continue mastery of Sacramento Kings

Los Angeles Clippers look to continue mastery of Sacramento Kings

In fact, heading into Thursday night's game against the Sacramento Kings, the only player to suit up for every game this season was DeAndre Jordan, who has spent essentially the entire year at the center of trade rumors. Sacramento forced the Lakers into 26 turnovers, but shot just 34.5 percent from the field in the loss. Golden State is 12-0 SU and 8-4 ATS in its last 12 games against Los Angeles per the OddsShark NBA Database.

Steph Curry's highest scoring game since his return came against these Clippers when he dropped 45 points on them in last Saturday's 121-105 road victory.

Following the athlete's latest injury, which took place during his January 6 game against the Golden State Warriors, a report claims Griffin was quite scared after suffering a concussion and is now under strict supervision as he awaits his potential return to the court. He contributed 10 points and nine assists in the win. If he gets hot, it's lights out for Sacramento.

The teams then exchanged leads four times before Griffin buried his decisive hoop for a 115-113 advantage with just 1:55 to go.

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In other words, nearly no player has had this type of offensive impact on their team off the bench. Williams is going to get his, but the Kings can't let role players go insane.

More Fox - De'Aaron Fox is finding a rhythm since returning from injury. Should Griffin miss a third straight game, Wesley Johnson, Montrezl Harrell and Sam Dekker would all be expected to split time at power forward once again, with Harrell being the most intriguing fantasy option after posting 14 points and seven rebounds in 26 minutes off the bench Wednesday night.

More Bogi - Fox isn't the only Kings rookie figuring out the transition to the National Basketball Association game. Bogdan Bogdanovic has taken on a much bigger role in George Hill's absence. He's a smart player that has shown a knack for making his teammates better.

The Clippers now have two of the three highest-scoring halves the Kings have allowed this season and have topped 70 points in the first half in the last two meetings.