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- Warriors guard Stephen Curry participated in warmups prior to tonight’s game against the Clippers at Staples Center and said he will give it a try after re-injuring his right ankle Saturday night in the third quarter of a 111-87 victory against the visiting Mavericks. His foot was re-taped after the injury but he remained on the bench. Curry has not played more than 25 minutes since a Feb. 20 victory against the Clippers.
- Kenyon Martin is expected to be a game-time decision for the Clippers but he’s officially listed as doubtful. The veteran forward has been battling bruised ribs for the last two weeks and sat out Friday’s victory against the Spurs. Martin is averaging just 5.9 points off the bench, but has provided some tough front-court defense.
- The Clippers have fallen into their first rut of the season, losing six of the last nine games. The slump began with a loss against the visiting Spurs on Feb. 18, followed by the loss at Golden State two nights later. The Clippers are hoping to get back to their winning ways against the same two teams in consecutive games. They beat the Spurs, 120-108, on Friday night in San Antonio and now open a season-high six-game home stand against the Warriors.