Starting shooting guard
"We have some guys injured and we've had them all camp," Clippers Coach
The Clippers are hopeful that Redick, Bullock and Barnes could play for the first time this week.
The Clippers play the
Redick has been pushing to play, but the team has been cautious.
"We just haven't had our guys for most of the camp and that's a major concern for me," Rivers said. "It's more difficult when it's your team for the first time. If this team had been together for four or five years, then you don't care when guys miss [practice time]. But we haven't and so every new thing we can get is important."
During the Clippers' game against Denver on Saturday night, three of
Neither Jordan nor Rivers was happy about the calls. Rivers said that watching how players set screens "is a point of emphasis right now" by the officials.
"When they run into a brick wall, what do they want me to do?" said the 6-foot-11, 265-pound Jordan. "I felt like we set some solid screens.
"A screen is a screen. If you screen somebody, [defenders] are going to stop moving. Sometimes they fall. That's just the way it is."
Jordan added that screens are crucial for the Clippers' offense.
"We all have to be better screeners," he said. "Not only the guards, but the bigs as well. The guards have to do a good job of screening for the bigs to get us open, especially
The Clippers waived Brigham Young rookie forward