Clippers point guard Chris Paul drives to the basket during Sunday's win over the Chicago Bulls. Paul injured his right hamstring against the New York Knicks on Wednesday.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times / November 24, 2013)
The Clippers said Chris Paul, who has a strained right hamstring, is listed as a game-time decision for Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings at Sleep Train Arena.
The Clippers said Paul participated a little, but mostly watched during Friday’s shoot-around in preparation for the game against the Kings.
Paul injured his hamstring in the third quarter of Wednesday night’s game against the New York Knicks at Staples Center.
Paul said after the game that he would play against the Kings.
Paul is second on the team in points (averaging 19.0 per game), first in assists (12.2) and second in minutes played (35.0).
If Paul can’t play, Darren Collison will start at point guard for the Clippers.
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