Clippers center DeAndre Jordan tested his strained right arch in practice Monday morning to see if he would be able to play against Philadelphia.
(Erik S. Lesser / EPA / December 9, 2013)
Before the Clippers started practice Monday, DeAndre Jordan was running up and down the court inside the Wells Fargo Center.
Jordan was testing his strained right arch to see if he would be able to play later that night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Jordan did practice Monday, but remains listed as a game-time decision.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers told the media before the team’s shoot-around Monday “we think so” when asked if Jordan would play against the 76ers.
“We are going to wait and see how he looks here and he’s going to have to look good," Rivers said. "If he looks good, we’ll play him. If he doesn’t, we won’t play him.”
If Jordan doesn’t play, Rivers probably will start Ryan Hollins at center.
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