Blake Griffin left the Los Angeles Clippers' Game 3 matchup with the Utah Jazz on Friday night with an apparent toe injury. That toe injury will keep him out of the remainder of the 2017 playoffs.
As reported by ESPN and other media outlets, the Clippers' 28-year old power forward suffered an injury to his big right toe and is now out of the playoffs.
Blake Griffin done for the rest of NBA playoffs due to toe injury he suffered last night, Clippers announce.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 22, 2017
The Clippers won Game 3 over the Jazz Friday night 111-106 and now hold a 2-1 lead in the first-round series. Griffin had 11 points and six rebounds before leaving with the injury.
Clippers say Blake Griffin has a sore right big toe. He will be getting x-rays and his return is questionable pic.twitter.com/5MoZCji9oL
— NBA Gods (@SportsLeakers) April 22, 2017
Griffin joins Jazz center Rudy Gobert in missing significant time in this series. The Jazz, however, hope to have Gobert back soon.
Game 4 is Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.