Clippers’ Brandon Boston Jr. cleared from health and safety protocol

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Clippers’ Brandon Boston Jr. cleared from health and safety protocol
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Los Angeles Clippers rookie Brandon Boston Jr. has been cleared from the NBA’s health and safety protocol and is questionable to play on Thursday versus the Phoenix Suns.

Boston was at least the fifth individual on the team placed into the health and safety protocol last month. The team has since gotten most of its personnel back from the protocol and now only has two players sidelined because of COVID-19 issues.

Clippers head coach Tyronn Lue, who was in the protocol himself, said on Wednesday that Boston should be available to play against the Suns. Lue missed four games while Lue was out for three games, respectively.

Boston had played sparingly this season but entered the rotation last month with several players nursing injuries. He averaged 8.8 points and 2.5 rebounds in 13 games during the month of December with a career-high 27 points coming on Dec. 8.

The Clippers posted a 2-2 record without Boston in the lineup.

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