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Blake Griffin Out Two Months With Knee Injury

Teammate Austin Rivers landed on the All-Star forward’s leg.

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UPDATE (12:30 pm): Multiple reports state that Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin suffered a sprained MCL, and will miss approximately two months, depending on recovery.

Griffin suffered a knee injury during the fourth quarter of tonight’s game with the Los Angeles Lakers. Teammate Austin Rivers appeared to land on Griffin’s knee, as the following video shows.

The extent of the injury is unknown at this point. Ben Golliver of reports:

Griffin leads the Clippers in scoring this year, averaging 23.4 points per game with 7.7 rebounds and 5.5 assists. The Clippers’ record stands at 8-11, 10th in the Western Conference.