Eric Bledsoe and the Los Angeles Clippers hope to salvage the final contest on a four-game road trip by snapping a 17-game losing streak to the San Antonio Spurs tonight.

Clippers Losing Streak Rolls To Four, Lose To Spurs 107-95

The Clippers' last win against the Spurs came on March 7, 2006.

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Clippers Lose Four Straight

Richard Jefferson and Manu Ginobli each scored 22 points to help San Antonio hold off the Los Angeles Clippers, 107-95, at the AT&T Center.

Tony Parker provided 21 points and nine assists for the Spurs, who have won 18 straight games against the Clippers.

Rasual Butler scored 18 points and Craig Smith provided 15 off the bench for Los Angeles, which returns home after losing all four games on its just- completed road trip.

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Clippers Vs. Spurs: Eric Gordon Likely Out Again

The Los Angeles Clippers will have a tough task on their hands tonight, trying to snap a 17-game losing streak against the San Antonio Spurs. Three players from their opening night starting lineup are injured, as they end their four-game road trip tonight at AT&T Center in San Antonio. The Clippers are 0-4 on the road this season, and 1-7 overall.

Here are tonight's probable starting lineups and injury reports for both teams:

Clippers

Point Guard: Eric Bledsoe

Shooting Guard: Rasual Butler

Small Forward: Ryan Gomes

Power Forward: Blake Griffin

Center: DeAndre Jordan

Chris Kaman is out after spraining his left ankle last night. Eric Gordon is still dealing with a sore left shoulder, and Randy Foye has a strained left hamstring.

Spurs

Point Guard: Tony Parker

Shooting Guard: Manu Ginobili

Small Forward: Richard Jefferson

Power Forward: DeJuan Blair

Center: Tim Duncan

Power forward Matt Bonner is out with a right ankle sprain.

Tonight's 6:30 p.m. PDT game will be televised by both Prime Ticket and ESPN. This is the third of four games on ESPN for the Clippers this season.

For more Clippers news and information, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Clips Nation.

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Clippers Look To Snap Streak Against Spurs Tonight In San Antonio

(Sports Network) - The lowly Los Angeles Clippers hope to salvage the final contest on a four-game road trip by snapping a 17-game losing streak to the San Antonio Spurs tonight. The Clippers, who haven't topped the Spurs since March 7, 2006, fell to 0-3 on their trek in New Orleans on Tuesday when reserves Willie Green and Jerryd Bayless powered a balanced Hornets attack, scoring 19 and 15 points, respectively, to help undefeated New Orleans extend its franchise-record start with a 101-82 romp over Los Angeles.

New Orleans has won 14 straight against Los Angeles dating back to January 8, 2007.

Al-Farouq Aminu came off the bench for the injury-riddled Clippers and finished with team-highs of 20 points and eight rebounds.

Baron Davis returned from a knee injury that caused him to miss four games, but fellow guard Eric Gordon sat out with a shoulder injury suffered in Utah on Saturday. Center Chris Kaman went down with an ankle sprain in LA's seventh loss in eight games to start the season.

"You just deal with [injuries] and just keep moving forward and try to help these young guys get better," Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro said. "Hopefully, the tide will turn eventually when we get healthy and we can get our feet under us a little bit. "

Gordon and Kaman are both listed as questionable for tonight as LA attempts to snap an eight-game skid on the road that dates back to last season.

The Spurs, meanwhile, earned their fourth straight win in Charlotte on Monday when Manu Ginobili finished with a game-high 26 points and Gary Neal sank five three-pointers to lead San Antonio to a 95-91 victory over the Bobcats.

Tim Duncan added 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Tony Parker finished with 12 points and eight assists to lead the Spurs, who improved to 5-1 overall.

San Antonio has also topped the Clips 15 straight times at home and are 45-4 against the moribund franchise over the past 13 years.

"We can't give up games," Parker told the Spurs' website when asked about the team's dominance over the Clippers. "We have to do the same things we've been doing and don't give them hope."

 

For more Clippers news and information, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Clips Nation.

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