Ryan Gomes knows the truth when he gets to the arena.
"I ain't providing anything whether we win or lose," he said. "It's frustrating."
He has hasn't played in the last 19 games, but he hasn't let it become a distraction in the locker room.
"I think a lot of my character has shown this season," Gomes said. "I put the team before me. I don't cause any problems, and I fully support my teammates. But it is a tough pill to swallow."
Gomes has one year left on his contract after this season, and he's not sure whether he'll be back with the team.
"That's management's decision," he said. "It's in their hands."
Jump shots lead to season-high 36 points for Griffin
--For a lot of the season, Blake Griffin's scoring has been more about efficiency than volume. Tuesday in Atlanta, Griffin did both. He notched a season high with 36 points, making 17 of 23 shots from the field.
"The jump shots Blake Griffin got tonight were just shots he gets," coach Vinny Del Negro said. "...