Already without Chris Paul, the slumping Los Angeles Clippers could be in for an even rougher road ahead with Blake Griffin hurt, too.
They aren't likely to get much sympathy from the injury-plagued Orlando Magic.
With Griffin uncertain to be available for a second straight game, the visiting Clippers try to get back on track Wednesday night against a Magic team that's dropped 21 of 23.
One of the two wins, however, came at Los Angeles on Jan. 12. That 104-101 victory was the Magic's 10th in the last 11 matchups.
That defeat ultimately proved plenty costly for the Clippers (34-16), who lost Paul to a bruised right kneecap with 54 seconds remaining. While Paul returned following a three-game absence, he re-aggravated the injury in a 106-99 loss at Golden State on Jan. 21 and hasn't played since.
Los Angeles, which including that defeat has dropped seven of nine, suffered another big blow Monday when Griffin was a last-minute scratch due to a strained left hamstring. The three-ti...