Clippers Vs. Blazers: LaMarcus Aldridge Out With Sprained Left Ankle

The Los Angeles Clippers look to snap their six-game losing streak at the Rose Garden on Thursday night, and if they are ever going to win in Portland tonight is the night. The Portland Trail Blazers are on the third night of a back-to-back-to-back set of games, and will will be without All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge, who is out with a sprained left ankle.

Aldridge was listed as day-to-day by the Blazers earlier on Thursday but head coach Nate McMillan said the forward would miss his second straight game after suffering the sprained ankle in Tuesday's home loss to Washington, according to both Chris Haynes of Comcast Sports Northwest and Jay Allen of 750 AM The Game in Portland.

With Aldridge out, here are Thursday's probable starting lineups:

Clippers (18-9)

Point Guard: Chris Paul

Shooting Guard: Randy Foye

Small Forward: Caron Butler

Power Forward: Blake Griffin

Center: DeAndre Jordan

Blazers (16-14)

Point Guard: Raymond Felton

Shooting Guard: Wesley Matthews

Small Forward: Gerald Wallace

Power Forward: Nicolas Batum

Center: Marcus Camby

For more news and information on Clippers basketball, be sure to read Clips Nation.

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