Chris Paul Injury: Clippers Guard Will Play Friday, According To Report

The Los Angeles Clippers will once again face off against the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night. In Game 6 of the opening-round NBA Playoffs series, the Clippers will go for the clincher, as they lead 3-2 in the best-of-seven tilt. Los Angeles will, however, be playing with a banged-up squad.

ESPN.com reports that Los Angeles point guard Chris Paul, who suffered hip flexor and finger injuries in Game 5 on Wednesday, will play in Friday's game.

Blake Griffin is also suffering from a sprained knee and will be a game-time decision for Game 6. It is unlikely that both of the Clippers' heaviest hitters will miss a potential clinching game.

For complete coverage of Friday's Game 6, keep checking this StoryStream. For all news and information regarding the Los Angeles Clippers, please visit Clips Nation or check out SB Nation Los Angeles. For updates and perspective on the Memphis Grizzlies, head on over to Straight Outta Vancouver.

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