Clippers vs. Milwaukee Bucks preview

The Clippers will look to bounce back from Friday's loss to Washington with a road win over Milwaukee

The Clippers play the Mllwaukee Bucks on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in the final game of their three-game trip.

The Clippers' nine-game win streak was snapped by the Washington Wizards on Friday, 104-96. In that game, the Clippers shot 42.7% from the field, committed 18 turnovers and had 14 assists. 

Quite a change from how they played in their previous nine games, during which they averaged 112.9 points, shot 50.5% from the field, and averaged 27.1 assists.

The Bucks (11-12) have lost five of their last six games and are in sixth place in the Eastern Conference. The Clippers (16-6) are in fifth place in the Western Conference.

The Bucks will be playing without John Henson (left foot sprain), Ersan Ilyasova (nasal fracture) and Damien Inglis (right ankle). Johnny O’Bryant (right knee sprain) is listed as questionable. 

Chris Douglas-Roberts (strained right Achilles) and Reggie Bullock (sprained right ankle) are listed as probable for the Clippers. Spencer Hawes (left knee bruise) is listed as questionable. 

The Clippers have beaten the Bucks in each of their last five games. 


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