It wasn't the final play that worried LA Clippers fans the most in their team's loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder last night. It wasn't Terance Mann being ejected in the first half or Kawhi Leonard receiving the fourth technical foul of his career. It was Paul George, who made a sloppy landing before leaving the game.
The eight-time All-Star collided with Lu Dort as he was coming down after going up for a rebound, landing awkwardly. Clippers supporters anxiously awaited word on the superstar's injury's severity and his recovery time. Paul George has a sprained right knee and will undergo another examination in two to three weeks to ascertain the exact date for his comeback. But one thing is certain this means that Paul George won't be able to help the LA Clippers in their final nine games. The Clippers have a dismal record of 6-11 this season without George playing.