Clippers Vs. Warriors: Probable Starting Lineups & Injury Report

The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors in Los Angeles on Sunday, and look to do so again as the two teams meet Friday night at Oracle Arena in Oakland. The Clippers are in search of their season-high fourth straight win. Here is a look at tonight's probable starting lineups and injury reports:

Clippers (13-24)

The usual suspects are on the injury report, all three having not played since December. Chris Kaman (bone bruise and ligament sprain in his left ankle) and Craig Smith (herniated disc) are still out, and Brian Cook is listed as doubtful with a sprained right ankle.

Warriors (15-23)

Ellis is listed as probable with flu-like symptoms, but he is expected to play. He missed a few days of practice earlier in the week. Reggie Williams missed Wednesday's game against the Lakers with right Achilles tendon soreness, and is listed as probable to play in tonight's game.

Tonight's 7:30 p.m. PST game will be televised on Prime Ticket.

For more information on tonight's game, be sure to read Clips Nation.

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