Clippers vs. Grizzlies: Blake Griffin, Chris Paul Game-Time Decisions For Game Six

The Los Angeles Clippers received some good news and some bad news on Thursday. Blake Griffin, who sprained his left knee in game five against the Grizzlies, underwent an MRI and received word that there was no structural damage to the area. Chris Paul strained his right hip flexor in the final minutes of Wednesday's game, causing the star point guard obvious pain.

According to this report from The Los Angeles Times, Griffin and Paul would be game-time decisions for Friday's game six at Staples Center.

One would have to think both Griffin and Paul would play on Friday with a chance to close out the series at home, but you never know with these kind of injuries. The last thing the Clippers want to do is have to go on the road once again to play a seventh and final game of the series. The team did not practice on Thursday in attempt to keep everyone healthy and their legs fresh.

Stay tuned to the SB Nation Los Angeles StoryStream for complete coverage of Griffin, Paul and the Clippers.

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