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Hamilton (ankle) logged two minutes on the court against the Wizards on Friday.

Hamilton missed the previous two games with an ankle injury but is apparently well enough to take the court moving forward. He signed on with the Clippers for the rest of the season so he may eventually work his way into the rotation to provide another three-point shooter around Blake Griffin in the post.

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Hamilton (ankle) will remain with the Clippers for the rest of the season, Dan Woike of the OC Register reports.

Hamilton's second 10-day deal is set to expire, and the team will make the move official later Friday. Since signing in late-February, Hamilton has appeared in eight games but has only played double-digit minutes three times.

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Hamilton (ankle) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Hornets, Arash Markazi of ESPN reports.

Hamilton still hasn't signed on for the rest of the season with the Clippers but all indications point to that happening despite his ankle injury. He should be considered another game-time decision for Wednesday's matchup against the Kings.

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Hamilton (ankle) is considered questionable for Tuesday's game against the Hornets, Arash Markazi of ESPN reports. The Clippers are also expected to sign the swingman for the rest of the season.

Hamilton left Sunday's game against the Rockets with the injury after scoring eight points and grabbing two rebounds in 11 minutes. He was walking around at Monday's practice, and at this point it's unclear whether or not he'll be ready to go Tuesday. Even if he's held out, it appears his spot on the team is safe for the remainder of the season. Hamilton is currently playing on his second 10-day contract.

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Hamilton suffered a right ankle sprain in Sunday's game against the Clippers and will not return, the Orange County Register reports.

Hamilton should be considered day-to-day moving forward until further news is released by the Clippers. As for now, he's a game-time decision for Tuesday's matchup against the Hornets.

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Hamilton will move back to the bench for Sunday's game against the Warriors, Arash Markazi of ESPN reports.

Hamilton enjoyed a brief stint in the starting lineup while Matt Barnes (hamstring) was sidelined with injury but he'll move back to his normal role off the bench moving forward. Although, Jamal Crawford (calf) will not play Sunday so Hamilton may still see added time on the hardwood.

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Hamilton has agreed to another 10-day contract with the Clippers, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Hamilton has enjoyed a larger-than-expected role with the Clippers lately, starting the team's past two games as a result of teammate Matt Barnes being injured. While Hamilton has averaged 22 minutes over those appearances, he's managed just 13 points and six rebounds combined. Nonetheless, the 24-year-old journeyman will get another 10-day stint with the Clippers, as he hopes to prove enough to remain with the team for the balance of this season.

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Hamilton will get the start Monday in place of Matt Barnes (hamstring), Dan Woike of the OC Register reports.

Hamilton, who signed a 10-day deal last week, has played only three total minutes for the Clippers, but the team is extremely short on wing depth, so he'll make his first start Monday as Barnes sits with a hamstring issue.

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Hamilton made his Clippers debut against the Grizzlies on Friday, although it came by way of one garbage minute off the bench.

Hamilton is on a 10-day contract in Los Angeles but is not expected to see extended playing time during this short stint. There's always the possibility that coach Doc Rivers and company will retain his efforts long-term, although he'll likely spend most of his time on the bench if that comes to fruition.

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Hamilton will sign a 10-day deal with the Clippers on Tuesday, Yahoo! Sports reports.

Hamilton was in training camp with Toronto but was waived prior to the start of the regular season. He then spent a short stint in Utah before heading to Reno of the D-League, where he's averaged 16.8 points and 7.4 rebounds this season. He'll join a Clippers team in need of depth at the small forward spot, though he isn't likely to play significant minutes right away.