Injury status of Paul George and Kawhi Leonard for Clippers vs. Pacers match

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Clippers will look to snap a two-game losing streak. After winning eight of their previous eleven games, the Clippers were defeated 124-107 at Golden State on Wednesday and 114-104 at home by Denver on Friday.

Final injury reports LA Clippers – Indiana Pacers

Final injury reports LA Clippers - Indiana Pacers

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Clippers will look to snap a two-game losing streak. After winning eight of their previous eleven games, the Clippers were defeated 124-107 at Golden State on Wednesday and 114-104 at home by Denver on Friday.

Paul George will miss his third game in a row due to a strained right hamstring. With Kawhi Leonard (ankle) and Luke Kennard (calf) still out, coach Tyronn Lue will presumably continue to rely on Norman Powell, Terance Mann, and Amir Coffey for more minutes.

Kawhi Leonard will miss his 15th game of the season due to a sprained right ankle for the second straight game. With Paul George (hamstring) and Luke Kennard (calf) out, Norman Powell, Terance Mann, and Amir Coffey should see more playing time.

Indiana ranks seventh in the NBA with 116.6 points per game, 10th with 36.8% three-point shooting, and 22nd with 46% from the field. On defense, the Pacers rank 27th with 114.3 points per game allowed, 18th with 46.6% shooting from the floor allowed, and 27th with 37.5% shooting on threes allowed.

Andrew Nembhard (knee) is questionable for the Clippers game on Sunday.

With a bruised left knee, Nembhard has missed the last three games. If he is able to return, he could replace Aaron Nesmith in the starting lineup.