Clippers point guard Darren Collison, shown scoring this month against the Celtics, is nursing a big toe that he sprained in the first half against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday.
(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times / January 8, 2014)
The Clippers arrived in Detroit on Sunday, but there is no word on the status of some injured players because they didn’t practice.
During Saturday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers
, the Clippers had three key players get hurt.
Starting guard J.J. Redick bruised his left knee in the first quarter but continued to play.
Point guard Darren Collison, starting in place of injured Chris Paul, sprained the big toe on his left foot in the first half but he was able to continue.
Key reserve forward Matt Barnes sustained what he called a "bad sprain" of his left thumb but he, too, kept playing through the pain.
The Clippers play the Pistons
on Monday afternoon.
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