Early Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Clippers and Toronto Raptors took part in NBA preseason action from Honolulu, Hawaii. The Clippers had several new players debut including Danilo Gallinari and Patrick Beverly. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan put on a show for the fans in attendance in a 98-84 victory.

Here's the latest Raptors vs. Clippers game recap including top players, game stats, and what's up next for these teams.

Game recap

In the Los Angeles Clippers' second game of the preseason, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan led the scoring charge. Griffin was 6-of-11 and had 17 points along with four boards and three assists.

Jordan was 5-for-6 and had 15 points with eight rebounds. He also had several highlight reel dunks during the game. The newest members of the Clippers also got some time on the court as Danilo Gallinari had 11 points and Patrick Beverly scored six in his debut. Willie Reed came off the bench to score 12 in the win.

DeMar DeRozan led the Toronto Raptors in the losing effort with 15 points on 6-for-11 shooting. The All-Star guard also had four assists and three rebounds. Jonas Valanciunas finished with 11 points and six rebounds. Fred VanVleet came off the Raptors' bench to give 13 points on 3-for-7 shooting, while guard Kyle Lowry sat out of the NBA preseason game.

For the game, Toronto shot 38.4 percent from the field but made just 16.7 percent of their three-point shots taken. Los Angeles hit shots at a rate of 47.9 percent and took 30 free throw shots compared to 22 for the Raptors. Toronto edged the Clippers in rebounds 45-44, but the two teams combined for an atrocious amount of turnovers with a total of 47 for the game.

Standings and what's next

Despite no longer having Chris Paul to run the show, the Los Angeles Clippers seemed to hold their own in this exhibition. They are now 1-1 for the NBA preseason with two more games to go. The team looks like a potential contender in the lower tier of the Western Conference playoff teams.

Next up, the Clippers will take on the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Toronto Raptors move to 1-1 for their preseason. There are still expectations that this team should make the postseason, but one has to wonder if any trades will come in the season ahead. Next up for the Raptors is an away game against the Portland Trail Blazers. That takes place on Thursday night beginning at 10 p.m. Eastern Time on NBA TV.

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