By late Thursday morning, Clippers All-Star power forward Blake Griffin, who suffered a sprained left knee during Wednesday nights Game 5 of the playoffs against Memphis, had yet to get an MRI on the knee. But the Clippers were expecting Griffin to get the test done sometime this afternoon and to get the results back soon after.
Griffin had indicated after Game 5 that his knee was "stiff," but said he wanted to play in Game 6 Friday night at Staples Center.
Clippers All-Star point guard Chris Paul, who suffered a strained right hip flexor in Game 5, was planning on getting treatment on his injury sometime on Thursday. Paul had said after the game that there was no doubt that he will play in Game 6.
Both Griffin and Paul played after they were injured, but both limped.
Griffin was hurt with 1:31 left in the third quarter while going to the basket and getting fouled by Marc Gasol.
Griffin immediately grabbed his knee while laying on the court. It was the same knee that Griffin ha...