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Jovan Buha: Doc says Lou Williams will have a minutes restriction — he doesn’t know what it is yet — because the team is playing Miami tomorrow. He also wouldn’t name the starting lineup yet.
Jovan Buha: Lou Williams (sore right hamstring) and Danilo Gallinari (lower back spasms) are out tonight, per Doc Rivers. Rivers did not reveal who’s starting in Gallinari’s spot:
Jovan Buha: Gallinari did not make the road trip and Rivers said there’s a solid chance he misses all four games. Williams made the trip, meaning he’ll possibly return, likely in Miami or Chicago.
Jovan Buha: The Clippers list Lou Williams as questionable and Danilo Gallinari as doubtful for tomorrow’s game against the Spurs. Gotta think the team goes with Tyrone Wallace or Mike Scott to start (assuming Gallo doesn’t play).
Eddie Sefko: Lou Williams (hamstring) will play tonight against Mavericks, per Doc Rivers.
Paul Garcia: Coach Rivers says Lou Williams “may” play in the Clippers’ next game. He’s out tonight vs the Spurs.
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Where do you feel you rank among the top point guards in the game? Ja Morant: Top 5. If you’re Top 5, who else is there with you? Ja Morant: Morant: Steph (Curry). I’m a big Chris Paul fan. I’d say Dame (Lillard) and (Russell) Westbrook. It’s tough. The point guard position is so loaded. Some guys have to get left out.
Your teammate, Jaren Jackson Jr., was the No. 2 breakout player, according to a poll of 15 NBA executives I did for HoopsHype. What do you expect from a healthy Jaren this season? Ja Morant: To me, personally, I think he’s No. 1 if he’s healthy. He’s been battling some injuries that set him back. A healthy Jaren is definitely the number one breakout player this season. He’s just a special talent that’s gifted. He’s 7-foot-1, can shoot the three, can put it on the floor, and can play inside. He does so much on the floor. As long as he stays healthy, which we need him to be, he’s definitely number one.