DeAndre Jordan has been listed as probable for the Clippers' game against the Houston Rockets on Monday night at Staples Center, meaning the center will likely play after a two-game absence because of pneumonia.
The Clippers have split their two games without Jordan, beating the Miami Heat and losing to the Sacramento Kings.
Jordan's absence against the Heat on Wednesday ended the NBA's longest active streak of consecutive games played at 360.
Jordan and Clippers teammates Chris Paul and Blake Griffin were among the 30 finalists announced Monday for the U.S. Olympic men's team that will play in Rio de Janeiro this summer.
Milwaukee's Michael Carter-Williams, Orlando's Tobias Harris and Victor Oladipo, Dallas' Chandler Parsons and Portland's Mason Plumlee did not make the cut from the participants in the USA Basketball minicamp last summer in Las Vegas.
The final 12-man roster will be announced later this year.
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