Darren Collison could play through injury Monday night for the Clippers.
(Tannen Maury / EPA / January 27, 2014)
Before the Clippers started their shoot-around Monday, Darren Collison and J.J. Redick took the court to get in some shots.
Collison has been gutting it out with a sprained left big toe.
Redick has been dealing with back spasms, a bruised left knee and a sore right shoulder.
But both Collison and Redick were hoping to play Monday night against the Milwaukee Bucks in the last game of the Clippers' seven-game trip.
“I would say with either one of those, I couldn’t tell you if they are going to play,” Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said. “And if they do play, I couldn’t tell you how long are they going to play.”
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