Knicks vs Clippers Sunday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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RJ Barrett and the New York Knicks (25-38) will travel to crypto.com Arena to take on the LA Clippers (34-31) in part of the NBA Sunday slate. We have you covered on everything there is to know about the matchup before they face-off.

Despite having neither Kawhi Leonard nor Paul George in the lineup, the Clippers have managed to continue to get the job done at an admirable level. After having gone 5-0 in their last games, Los Angeles enters this matchup three games above .500 with a spot in the play-in tournament.

There still is optimism surrounding the potential returns of Paul George and Kawhi Leonard at some point. However, it remains to be seen when either player will be available.

It has been a truly disappointing season for the New York Knicks and their 0-5 record in their last five games puts it fully into perspective. Following up a season that featured the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference with a campaign being well below .500 is deflating for any team. Can they begin to bounce back? At this point, it’s looking to be too late for that.

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The Clippers will look to maintain the momentum they’ve established while the Knicks will be playing for pride while having yet another nationally televised contest. RJ Barrett’s recent play has been a source for optimism for the long-term future of the team, but again, they’re too deep out of the playoff race to turn it around.

Here is everything to know for when the New York Knicks and LA Clippers face-off during NBA Sunday:

How to Watch New York Knicks vs LA Clippers

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch New York Knicks vs LA Clippers on Sunday:

Date: Sunday, March 6

Time: 10:00 p.m. ET

Location: crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, CA

TV Channel: ESPN

Injury Report for New York Knicks vs LA Clippers

New York Knicks Injury Report: G Derrick Rose (ankle surgery) OUT, Obi Toppin (left hamstring strain) OUT, Quentin Grimes (patella subluxation) G Kemba Walker (not with team), OUT, Luka Samanic (G League assignment) OUT

LA Clippers Injury Report: Norman Powell (fractured medial sesamoid bone) OUT, Paul George (UCL tear) OUT, Kawhi Leonard (ACL) OUT, Jason Preston (right foot injury) OUT, Jay Scrubb (right foot injury) OUT

Projected Starting Lineups for Injury Report for New York Knicks vs LA Clippers

New York Knicks Projected Starting Lineup: G Alec Burks, G Evan Fournier, F RJ Barrett, F Julius Randle, C Mitchell Robinson

LA Clippers Projected Starting Lineup: G Reggie Jackson, G Terance Mann, F Marcus Morris Sr., F Nicolas Batum, C Ivica Zubac

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