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Barnes: It's Clippers' championship to lose (1:14)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers doesn't expect Kawhi Leonard to play on Sunday against Melbourne as the Clippers likely will rest their star. Rivers said Leonard wanted to play more than the 10-plus minutes he got on Thursday night and felt good afterward. Rookie point guard Terance Mann said he banged up his hip and hamstring but nothing serious. The Clippers could keep Mann out on Sunday.

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4dOhm Youngmisuk

Kawhi quickly makes splash in preseason debut

Making his Clippers preseason debut, Kawhi Leonard hit a 14-footer, stole a pass and then buried a step-back 3-pointer in the span of 21 seconds during the first two minutes Thursday night.

Kawhi gets his first preseason action with Clippers (1:31)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers said Kawhi Leonard went through a hard 4-on-4 workout in pregame and if he felt good after that, Leonard could play eight or more minutes in the game. Leonard ended up playing 11 minutes and finishing with seven points and six assists.

Harrell soars for emphatic slam (0:23)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard played 11 minutes in the first half and barring a surprise, likely finishes his first Clippers preseason game with seven points, six assists and one rebound. As he often does, he made things look effortless and displayed some chemistry with his teammates, including finding center Ivica Zubac inside off some pick and rolls.

Kawhi hits 1st 3-pointer as a Clipper (0:19)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard returns with 4:40 to go in the first quarter after a quick breather. Doc Rivers could play Leonard in four-minute stints in the first half before resting his star.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard played the first four minutes before coming out at the 8:02 mark. He went 2-for-2, including drilling a step-back 3 and had two assists in his Clippers debut so far. Doc Rivers said he wanted to limit Leonard's minutes.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

In his first game as a Clipper, Kawhi Leonard is off to a quick start. He made his first two shots, including a step-back 3, and has a quick five points, two assists and a rebound.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers says Kawhi Leonard will play limited minutes tonight against Denver. Leonard was previously listed as out due to rest. Rivers says the goal is to get the forward some minutes. Rivers thinks Leonard could play again one more time in the preseason, perhaps against Dallas in Vancouver next week. Pat Beverley and Rodney McGruder are out tonight.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard will not play tomorrow against Denver.

SVP breaks down NBA's wild, wild West (1:57)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers said there's a chance Kawhi Leonard could play tomorrow during the Clippers' preseason game against Denver although he added "I don't know if he will." Rivers thinks Leonard could play in one or two preseason games. Rivers says Rodney McGruder stepped on someone's foot and will likely not play on Thursday. Rivers also said Patrick Beverley got banged up in practice but said it was not considered serious.

Rivers encourages NBA players to vote (1:55)
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7dOhm Youngmisuk

Rivers encourages Clippers to register to vote

Clippers coach Doc Rivers encouraged his players to register to vote Tuesday, when the team held an employee outing that included food trucks and an opportunity for players and staff to register for upcoming elections.

McGruder steal leads to Green fast break throwdown (0:20)
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11dTim MacMahon

D'Antoni first to use new rule challenging refs

Mike D'Antoni of the Houston Rockets was the first coach to use a new rule instituted by the NBA this offseason that allows coaches to challenge a call.

Harden drops 37 on Clippers in Hawai'i (1:31)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike D'Antoni went for a coach's challenge to challenge an offensive foul call on James Harden. The review confirmed the foul and afterward, D'Antoni and Doc Rivers chatted about it at halfcourt and shared a good laugh.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.15th
Rebounds Per Game45.513th
Assists Per Game24.018th
Points Allowed114.36th

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