Sweat poured down the faces of Austin Rivers and Danilo Gallinari on Sunday, a byproduct of both of them finally practicing after they had succumbed to injuries during training camp in Hawaii two weeks ago.
They joined another injured teammate, Sam Dekker, back on the court to make the Clippers almost complete again.
Still unable to practice were guard Patrick Beverley (sore right knee) and rookie Sindarious Thornwell (sprained right shoulder).
But Rivers, who had been out since the first exhibition game in Hawaii because of a strained right glute, at least gives the Clippers one of their starting guards back.
“I’m ready to go, man,” he said after practice. “I...