Blake Griffin (ankle) will not start in Friday's elimination Game 6, but could play depending on how he feels and how things go in the game.
A Clippers source tells ESPN Los Angeles that Blake Griffin (ankle) "really is 50-50" for Friday's Game 6 against the Grizzlies.
Blake Griffin said his current ankle sprain is the worst one he's ever had.
Blake Griffin received treatment on his sprained ankle Thursday and did not practice.
An MRI revealed that Blake Griffin has a moderate right ankle sprain and he is a game-time decision for Game 6 on Friday.
Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro says X-rays on Blake Griffin's right ankles were negative and Griffin will undergo an MRI on Wednesday.
Blake Griffin (right ankle) initially injured himself in practice on Monday when he came down awkwardly on Lamar Odom's foot.
Blake Griffin, who suffered what is being called a high right ankle sprain in a recent practice, started in Tuesday's Game 5, but went to the locker room with five minutes left in the third quarter and will not return.
Blake Griffin double-doubled against the Grizzles on Saturday with 19 points and 10 boards during a 104-83 Game 4 loss.
Blake Griffin fouled out in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against the Grizzlies, finishing with 10 points, five boards and three assists on 3-of-9 shooting.
Blake Griffin (back) practiced Friday.
Blake Griffin battled through back spasms against the Kings on Wednesday, finishing with seven points, four boards and two assists on 3-of-10 shooting.
Blake Griffin was dominant against the Lakers on Sunday with 24 points, 12 boards, five assists and one 3-pointer on 8-of-18 from the field in 37 minutes.
Blake Griffin (calf) is "fine" and will play on Sunday, according to coach Vinny Del Negro.