Clippers' Paul George (Health and Safety Protocols) misses Play-In defeat
The Clippers' star swingman, Paul George, did not play in Friday's Play-In Tournament loss to the Pelicans.
Clippers are unable to hold onto their fourth quarter lead in a 105-101 loss to end their season.
Brandon Ingram and CJ McCollum started the game aggressively for the Pelicans
Ingram who started 8-for-9, had 16 of his team’s 30 first quarter Points.
The Clippers were also unable to contain Larry Nance Jr’s athleticism
Reggie Jackson, on the other hand, continued a trend this season of holding down
In the absence of Paul George, Jackson, at times, was the sole offensive engine for Los Angeles.
Tallying 34 points in the restricted area and 21 defensive rebounds, the New Orleans bigs were simply undeniable.