Clippers' Baron Davis misses Saturday's practice
After today's film session and walk-through, Clippers Coach Mike Dunleavy said he instructed starting point guard Baron Davis to miss the rest of practice because he had an upset stomach despite taking antibiotics.
When asked if Davis would play in Sunday's game against the San Antonio Spurs, Dunleavy said, "I think so."
Dunleavy declined to share any contingency plans in case Davis' illness would result in him sitting out or at least having decreased minutes.
"It depends on how he feels and if he feels like he has enough energy to play or not," Dunleavy said of Davis, who is third on the team in scoring with an average of 16 points per game in 33.5 minutes. "A lot of times, guys who don’t feel well play a great game."
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-- Mark Medina
Photo: Clippers point guard Baron Davis looks to make a pass around Magic guard Anthony Johnson during the first half Tuesday night. Credit: Gary A. Vasquez / US Presswire