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Up next for the Clippers: Wednesday at Oklahoma City

The Clippers will be looking for more productivity from Blake Griffin, who was held to a career-low seven points last month in a 114-91 loss to the Thunder.

April 10, 2012|By Broderick Turner
  • Clippers forward Blake Griffin puts up a shot during the Clippers' loss to Memphis on Monday.
Clippers forward Blake Griffin puts up a shot during the Clippers'… (Mike Brown / EPA )

When: 5 PDT.

Where: Chesapeake Energy Arena.

On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 980, 1220.

Records: Clippers 34-23, Thunder 42-15.

Record vs. Thunder: 1-1.

Update: The Clippers could need a big game from Blake Griffin to have a chance to win at Oklahoma City. In his last game here, March 21, Griffin was held to a career-low seven points and the Clippers lost, 114-91. Thunder All-Star forward Kevin Durant, an MVP candidate, is second in the league in scoring, averaging 27.6 points per game, and All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook, a former UCLA star, is fifth at 24.2. The Thunder has the best record in the Western Conference and the second-best in the NBA.

broderick.turner@latimes.com

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