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NEW ORLEANS -- Clippers starting center Chris Kaman sprained his left ankle in the first quarter of Los Angeles' game against the New Orleans Hornets on Tuesday night.

The initial diagnosis is a second-degree sprain which will sideline Kaman for 2-3 weeks, according to the Clippers. He will be re-evaluated on Wednesday.

Kaman apparently was injured when Hornets point guard Chris Paul stole the ball from him on the Clippers' offensive end. The injury adds to a growing list for the struggling Clippers.

Leading scorer Eric Gordon missed his first game since injuring his left shoulder at Utah on Saturday. Gordon is averaging 21.1 points and 4.7 assists.

Also out for Los Angeles was reserve guard Randy Foye, who is missing his sixth straight game with a sore left hamstring.

However, point guard Baron Davis played for the first time in five games. He scored four points in 10 minutes as the Clippers lost to the Hornets 101-82.
http://sports.espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/news/story?id=5785848

I don't know that this is even a bad thing with the way Kaman has played this season. Then again, it can't help that the Clippers have already been bit by the injury bug just 8 games into the season.
 

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The Clippers need to dump him. He's given a lot to the franchise and is still a good player, but doesn't fit in with the way the Clippers are going, and he can't stay healthy. At the beginning of the season I thought he might be worth keeping because this team looked like a potential sleeper to make the playoffs, but clearly that isn't happening. There will be a few contenders who would love a player like Kaman on their team. They need to get rid of him before his stock plummets anymore.
 
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