Coach Doc Rivers was feeling better Wednesday after falling ill the night before during the Clippers' game at Phoenix, and he didn't sound all that concerned about Blake Griffins injured ankle.
Griffin didn't play in the last two exhibition games because of what the Clippers called a "sore right ankle."
Rivers said Griffin probably won't play Friday night when the Clippers host an exhibition game for the first time this season at Staples Center against the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Clippers play Saturday night in Las Vegas against the Denver Nuggets.
"He'll probably play Saturday ... but if he's not 100 percent, no, he won't play," Rivers said. "I'm not going to play him unless he's 100 percent."
Griffin injured his ankle Saturday night against the Utah Jazz. He returned to play in the second half of that game.
The Clippers All-Star power forward also suffered a bruised bone in his left knee last Wednesday night during the teams intrasquad scrimmage.
After getting an MRI, G...