|Feb. 6 10:42 PM PT11:42 PM MT12:42 AM CT1:42 AM ET6:42 GMT14:42 11:42 PM MST1:42 AM EST10:42 UAE07:421:42 ET12:42 AM CT4:42 - Rivers is expected to miss four to six weeks with a broken left hand.
Analysis: Rivers was hurt during the Clippers' game at Minnesota on Wednesday, and the injury was originally diagnosed as a bruise. But when the pain persisted further exams were performed, and the break was found.
|Jan. 3 11:25 PM PT12:25 AM MT1:25 AM CT2:25 AM ET7:25 GMT15:25 12:25 AM MST2:25 AM EST11:25 UAE08:252:25 ET1:25 AM CT5:25 - Rivers scored a season-high 26 points in the Clippers' 130-99 win over Philadelphia on Saturday.
Analysis: Rivers came two points shy of his career high set in a win over Sacramento on Feb. 21. He's reached 20 points in two of the last three games after failing to do so in his first 29.
|Dec. 23 10:28 PM PT11:28 PM MT12:28 AM CT1:28 AM ET6:28 GMT14:28 11:28 PM MST1:28 AM EST10:28 UAE07:281:28 ET12:28 AM CT4:28 - Rivers returned with four points Monday.
Analysis: Rivers sprained his ankle in a 107-97 loss to Houston on Dec. 19.
|July 13 6:56 PM PT7:56 PM MT8:56 PM CT9:56 PM ET1:56 GMT9:56 6:56 PM MST8:56 PM EST5:56 UAE (+1)03:5621:56 ET8:56 PM CT0:56 - The Clippers re-signed backup guard Austin Rivers.
Analysis: Rivers, the 22-year-old son of coach Doc Rivers, averaged 7.1 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 41 regular-season games after arriving from Boston in a January trade. He became the first player in NBA history to be coached by his father. Rivers signed a reported $6.4 million, two-year deal that includes a player option in the second year. He appeared in all of the team's 14 postseason games, averaging 8.4 points and 1.1 assists.