Davis will not join the Clippers on their upcoming three-game road trip, which also includes stops in Toronto and Denver, due to back spasms.
Davis is averaging 15.2 points and a team-leading 7.9 assists in 71 games this season.
Los Angeles beat visiting Milwaukee 101-93 on March 17. But that's one of only two wins in the Clippers' last 13 games, with the other a 99-93 victory at Houston on Thursday behind 25 points from reserve Craig Smith.
Los Angeles quickly blew a chance to build any momentum. It shot 37.8 percent Sunday against visiting Golden State and was outscored 40-14 in the second quarter en route to a 121-103 loss.
Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.