Clippers Vs. Blazers: Eric Gordon To Play, Marcus Camby Out Three Weeks

The Los Angeles Clippers have won 11 of their last 15 games, but face a tough test tonight in Portland, where they have lost four straight games to the Blazers. Clippers guard Eric Gordon injured a finger on his right hand in last night's win over Minnesota, but is expected to play tonight. Meanwhile, Marcus Camby underwent arthroscopic knee surgery today and is expected to miss three weeks. Here are the probable starting lineups and injury reports for both teams:

Clippers (16-25)

The usual trio is out for the Clippers. Chris Kaman, who has missed 20 straight games, and Craig Smith, who has missed the last 13 games, are both out, while Brian Cook is technically listed as doubtful despite missing the last 14 games with a sprained right ankle.

Trail Blazers (23-20)

Camby is the fourth Trail Blazer this season to have knee surgery, joining center Greg Oden, guard Brandon Roy, and rookie guard Elliot Williams. Both Roy and Williams had surgery on both knees.

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

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