Coming off their fourth straight win over the Trail Blazers on Monday, the LA Clippers will be right back in action Tuesday for the second night of a back-to-back against the Sacramento Kings.
This will be the second meeting between the two teams, with the Clippers taking home the victory in the first matchup on November 29. A fast-paced and athletic team, the Kings should prove to once again be a challenging matchup for LA.
Sacramento's star guard De'Aaron Fox will be one of the best players on the floor when the two teams tip off. His availability will play a major role in determining the outcome of this one.
Is De'Aaron Fox playing tonight vs the Clippers?
De'Aaron Fox is not listed on the Kings' injury report and will play against the Clippers. Earlier in the season, Fox sprained an ankle that caused him to miss five games before returning against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
His presence will make thus a much tougher matchup for LA.
Full Kings injury report vs Clippers:
Alex Len is the only player currently on the injury report for Sacramento. He is out with a moderate high ankle sprain that he suffered on November 13 against the Cavaliers.
Full Clippers injury report vs Kings:
Bones Hyland (right shoulder strain) was added to the Clippers' injury report on Tuesday.
LA will once again be without Moussa Diabate (hip) and Mason Plumlee (knee) against the Kings.
Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Russell Westbrook and James Harden will all play.