Clippers' Kawhi Leonard out indefinitely with right knee sprain

Los Angeles Clippers guard/forward Kawhi Leonard (knee) will not play Game 5 against the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night.

What It Means:

Leonard is out indefinitely with a right knee sprain that he suffered in the fourth quarter of Monday night's Game 4 victory. He initially remained in the game but was unable to finish. Paul George will be asked to step up on offense and there should be larger roles for Reggie Jackson, Luke Kennard, Terance Mann, and Rajon Rondo. Ivica Zubac could replace Leonard in the starting lineup if they decide to go bigger.

George has a $9,200 salary on Wednesday and numberFire's models project him for the second-most FanDuel points (50.4) on the slate behind Joel Embiid (55.2). Jackson is our top point-per-dollar value on Wednesday, as he has a $4,800 salary and is projected for 26.7 FanDuel points.