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10-15, 2nd in Pacific

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As expected, Danilo Gallinari (glute) will not play in Orlando tomorrow. Milos Teodosic (foot) and Montrezl Harrell (leg) are not listed on the injury report.

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Stephen A.: Rockets to sign LeBron or DeAndre Jordan next summer (1:54)
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Clippers end Raptors' win streak (1:17)

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It took until 3:22 left in the fourth quarter for the LA Clippers to get their first lead in the second half against the Toronto Raptors, who led by as many as 13 points tonight. But once the Clippers got the lead, they did not relinquish it. A clutch three by returning rookie Milos Teodosic, as well as 17 rebounds from DeAndre Jordan and a 22-5 advantage on second chance points, allowed the Clippers to pull an upset and beat the Raptors 96-91 to snap Toronto's win streak at six games.

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Jordan's emphatic jam ties the game (0:22)

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Montrezl Harrell blocked a DeMar DeRozan floater out of bounds, but came down wrong and appeared to hurt his leg. He was down for a few moments, but is up and shaking it off. A break for a Clippers team that could use it.

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It's Star Wars night at STAPLES Center. Which means the first 10,000 fans get a Milos Teodosic Jedi Knight bobblehead.

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Clips' Gallinari out again with new glute injury

Clippers forward Danilo Gallinari missed Monday night's game against the Toronto Raptors due to what coach Doc Rivers said is a new glute injury suffered in Gallinari's second game back on Saturday.

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Milos Teodosic will start tonight and play limited minutes. It is his first game action since injuring his foot on October 21.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

You won't believe this, but Danilo Gallinari is OUT tonight due to an injury to his left glute. Doc Rivers says he got hurt in 4th quarter Saturday against the Wizards. It's a new injury, not the one that cost him more than a month and just returned from Wednesday.

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While discussing how Milos Teodosic will help the Clippers get easier baskets, Austin Rivers discussed how his points are coming mostly in isolation. Rivers points out that he is in the top five in points per possession among the 17 players who have been in 70+ isolations this season, per Synergy, a list that includes James Harden, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant.

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Austin Rivers says that the return of Milos Teodosic to LA's lineup will open things up for himself and Lou Williams.

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Austin Rivers says that the Clippers have to take it to the Raptors early tonight in what he anticipates to be a physical game.

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Clippers small forward Wesley Johnson pretty much confirmed that Milos Teodosic will return tonight. "He's gonna help us out a lot ... it's gonna be fun to have him back out there."

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Milos Teodosic is here at shootaround. He's listed as questionable tonight as the Clippers host the Raptors. Teodosic injured his foot on October 21.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Milos Teodosic (foot) is officially listed as questionable for tomorrow's game vs. Raptors, another upgrade after he was listed as doubtful yesterday and out Wednesday night. It's Star Wars night at STAPLES Center Monday, and the first 10,000 fans in attendance get a Milos Jedi Knight bobblehead.

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Wiz left scratching heads after loss to Clippers

After a video replay, the Wizards were given another chance against the Clippers, but this time the game clock was set to 1.1 seconds, not 1.2. Marcin Gortat was forced to take a contested 21-foot jump shot that missed, ending the game.

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Here is the explanation of the last 1.2 (or 1.1) seconds of the Wizards-Clippers game from officiating crew chief Bill Spooner. Bradley Beal said that the refs called Rule 13; 1A - 5 as the "tough s*** rule".

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Williams' big shot gives Clippers victory over the Wizards (1:37)

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Lou Williams' game-winning 3-pointer punctuated a 35-point performance. It was his second game this season with at least 35 points off the bench; he's the only player in the NBA with more than one such game.

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Williams hits deep 3-pointer to seal Clippers' win (0:55)
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Johnson's 3-pointer gives Clippers lead in fourth quarter (0:28)
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Harrell drives and hits tough reverse layup (0:15)

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.916th
Rebounds Per Game43.116th
Assists Per Game20.428th
Points Allowed107.221st

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-181015.400
2016-175131.622
2015-165329.646
2014-155626.683
2013-145725.695