The story has been the same for the Clippers for most of the year. Take one step forward, two steps back — and then, because of their luck, a stubbed toe or a sprained ankle.
The Clippers got a starter back on the court Monday night, but before the team could celebrate guard Milos Teodosic's return, another injury stomped out any optimism.
Forward Danilo Gallinari, who played just two games after missing 13 with a strained glute muscle, will be out with another glute injury. This time, a bruise caused from a fall late in the Clippers' win Saturday is the culprit.
"It's been this kind of season thus far," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said Monday before the Clippers' game with Toronto. "But things can change. And they are. They keep changing back to somebody getting hurt."
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