Concerns over Kawhi Leonard ahead of the Clippers vs Grizzlies Clash

Los Angeles Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard is set to miss the game against Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday.

He had missed a few games previously in the season with a knee injury.

As per Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN now, Kawhi Leonard is out for the game against Memphis due to injury management.

In the last game that Leonard had missed, Terance Mann got an opportunity to start the game, which might be the case once again on Wednesday.

Leonard scored 28 points in the Clipper’s last game that saw them win against Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday. It was the first away game for Los Angeles Clippers this season where the duo of Paul George and Leonard played together. The injury management for Leonard now means that Wednesday will not see the second.

The last game also saw Paul George score 26 as the Los Angeles Clippers extended their winning streak to six games with the 114-99 victory in Dallas. Clippers will once again want the former Oklahoma City Thunder man to come good in absence of Leonard.

The side from Los Angeles currently sit third in the Western Conference with their six game winning streak taking them their win-loss record to 13-5.

The last defeat for the Clippers was down the road to New Orleans Pelicans on November 15, where Jrue Holiday and Derick Favors led the Pelicans to a 132-127 victory. It was the game where Holiday had 36 points and Favors contributed with 20 points and 20 rebounds.

After playing the Grizzlies on Wednesday, Clippers travel to San Antonio to play the Spurs  on Friday, before they welcome Washington Wizards and Portland Trail Blazers.

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Saketh Kandadai