Blake Griffin grimaces in pain after appearing to injure his knee Monday night.
With Blake Griffin out for up to two months due to a knee injury, and other key players now sidelined, the Clips may soon shift into tanking mode.More news: Black Friday Fatigue? 174 Million Americans Disagree
However, Rivers' son Austin was the player who collided into Griffin's left knee when he was attempting to collect a loose ball on the floor.
Speaking to reporters after practice, Nance shared that he continues to monitor the standings, and that he and his teammates have their eyes set on the bigger picture. Get the app and get the game.More news: How to Invest in Retail Stocks for Cyber Monday
The team said Griffin would be examined Tuesday but was listed as day-to-day.
But the latest in a long line of injuries has led to some questioning the Clippers' decision to sign Griffin to a huge max contract in the summer. The team was already missing three star players - Patrick Beverley, Danilo Gallinari and Milos Teodosic - before Griffin was injured. Before that, Griffin missed most of the 2015-2016 National Basketball Association season. And it could well mark the fourth consecutive campaign in which Griffin misses at least 15 games.More news: EPL: Sanchez Late Penalty Fires Arsenal To 4th
"Lonzo was just trying to make a play, but he went in and usually when someone goes in that hard they call it". "We started out like we were going to and then all this happens". There's a next day and you coach to that day. I don't care what situation you're in.