His role has changed, putting more of a spotlight on Randy Foye because of who he has replaced in the starting lineup.

Foye had been a reserve guard for the Clippers, but now he's a starter because Chauncey Billups is out for the rest of the season because of a torn left Achilles' tendon.

Foye started his third straight game Saturday night against the Charlotte Bobcats. He scored 12 points on five-for-seven shooting, making two of four three-point shots.

"My main thing is team success," Foye said. "That's how I've always been. Every since I was younger, I'd pull back from my game to help others become successful."

Foye said his approach to the game will not change just because he is starting.

"I think our main thing here is we understand that Blake [Griffin] and CP [Chris Paul] drive the ship. Everyone else falls in line and we've got to play our role. And my role is to knock down shots and if Blake and CP can't make plays, I make plays. But I also bring intensity on the defensive end."