The CLIPPERS are 18-59 with only four games left on their schedule. Although they will finish as one of the bottom three teams in the league, the Clippers have a strong squad of promising talent.

Coming into Sunday’s game against the LAKERS, the Clips had lost four in a row. The losing streak continued as the Lakers came away with an 88-85 victory.

The Clippers host Sacramento (16-59) Friday and Portland (48-28) Saturday before heading to Utah (47-30) for their last road game Monday. Their final game of the season is at home versus the 21-55 Thunder April 15.

The Lakers beat the 49-28 Rockets at home Friday, 81-93, for their 60th win, their first time to hit 60 since ’99-’00. The playoffs bound squad faces No. 2 in the west Denver (52-26) at home tomorrow before their final road game of the regular season in Portland (48-28) Friday. Their last two games are at home, against the 22-54 Grizzlies Sunday and the Jazz Tuesday.

All stats as of April 6.