Blake Griffin ruled out for two months with knee injury

Blake Griffin ruled out for two months with knee injury

Blake Griffin ruled out for two months with knee injury

Doc Rivers was obviously unhappy to see his best player Blake Griffin go down with a potentially serious injury in an already-banged up season for the Clippers.

LA Clippers All-Star forward Blake Griffin sprained the MCL in his left knee and could miss two months, the team announced Tuesday.

While this will mark yet another setback for Griffin, who recently signed a maximum contract extension to remain in Los Angeles, it does not stand to end his season.

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Even if his team is now struggling to find consistency and stringing a few wins together, Los Angeles Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. remains optimistic that they have a realistic shot of making it to the playoffs. After the game, Rivers told reporters he didn't have much time to look at the play or really break down how it happened. The 28-year-old forward's latest injury doesn't come with the kind of stakes his recent ailments did.

The departure of Chris Paul led the team to splash out on Griffin as they were desperate to keep one of its stars. After dealing away point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets, an 8-11 start has been terrible for a franchise that's won 51 or more games in each of the last five seasons. And without their best player for an extended stretch, even qualifying for the playoffs could be hard.

Griffin has averaged 23.6 points and 7.9 rebounds a game this season. He scored 26 on Monday evening before going down.

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