Found July 05, 2014 on
Los Angeles Clippers
New York Knicks
Chris Paul- I know for a fact that Chris Paul will be the starting point guard for the Clippers for a long time still. He is the best point guard in the league and will be for a long time. Paul averaged 19.1 points and 10.7 assists last season. Those numbers are insane for a point guard. Point guards usually get assists and a couple of points but Chris Paul has the whole package.
JJ Redick- JJ Redick is an unbelievable three-point shooter. Redick has really developed into the Clippers offense last season. He averaged 15.2 points and 2.2 assists. He is one of the best spot up shooters in the NBA today. You could say Jamal Crawford should be the starting shooting guard but he is a better sixth man so that’s the reason why Redick is the starter.
Luol Deng- Yes, I think that Luol Deng will go to the Clippers this offseason. One of the main positions the Clippers are missing is a small forward and besides LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony in the free agency, Deng is the best one. Deng would really help out this Clipper team because they only have Matt Barnes and Reggie Bullock right now. Also they have Danny Granger, but he has not been a decent player for a couple of years now. Getting Deng would also make the Clippers a more balanced team because it was very lob sided with only Chris Paul and Blake Griffin being the only greats out there. Deng would be a wonderful fit for the Clippers.
Blake Griffin- In a couple of years when Chris Paul is retired, Blake Griffin will be the face of this Clipper team. He is only 25 and already in his prime. He averaged 24.1 points and 9.5 rebounds. He was outstanding last year for this Clipper team. Since I have the Clippers signing Deng, I don’t think that Griffin will be putting up 24.1 points per game. I still think he will average 9.5 rebounds or even more. He will average about 15 points and 10 rebounds in my mind with the signing of Deng. All in all, Blake Griffin is an outstanding player for the Clippers and will be one for a long time.
DeAndre Jordan- DeAndre Jordan was a break out player in the NBA last season and I think that we all saw that coming. In the 2012 season he averaged 8.5 points and 7.2 rebounds. Those numbers are decent, but not good. He looked like he could do more so last season I think that we worked himself harder. Last season he averaged 10.4 points and 13.6 rebounds. Those are amazing stats for a center. Also Jordan is still only 25 years old. He can only get better from here.
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The Los Angeles Clippers were a very good team last season, and came into the offseason looking to make a move or two to shore up their roster to make an even deeper run in the playoffs next season. According to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Clippers have agreed to a four-year, $23 million deal with big man Spencer Hawes. Hawes split last season with the...
This is an awful move for the Clippers. Spencer Hawes is a good player but the Clippers don’t need a power forward or a center which Hawes can play both. The needed to keep that money and go out and get a small forward like Luol Deng. Hawes will be a great bench player for the Clippers but he will not start for them unless Blake Griffin or DeAndre Jordan get hurt....
The Los Angeles Clippers pulled off what very well may be the coup of free agency so far (Shaun Livingston for the Warriors was a great move as well) by signing seven footer Spencer Hawes to a four year 23 million dollar deal.Adrian Wojnarowski for Yahoo Sports: Free-agent 7-footer Spencer Hawes has reached agreement on a four-year, $23 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers...
Free agent center Spencer Hawes has reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Clippers, expected to sign a four-deal worth $23 million.
Hawes was determined to land with a perennial contender, and he did just that, joining a Clippers franchise in the midst of an era of incredible prosperity lead by the likes of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
The 7-foot-1, 245-pounder shot an exceptional...
The Los Angeles Clippers signed Spencer Hawes to a four-year deal on Friday night, which is good and bad news. On the good side, the Clippers get some much-needed depth and a big man who can stretch the defense with his outside shooting. On the bad side, there will now be competition for jersey No. […]
The Los Angeles Clippers aren’t very far away from being San Antonio’s biggest threat in the Western Conference, but the team needs to acquire some more playmakers if they have any hope at dethroning the champs.
Darren Collison left Lob City and signed with the Kings yesterday, leaving a gap at the backup point guard position. Instead of trying to fill that void, the Clippers...
According to Yahoo! Sports, free-agent center Spencer Hawes agreed to a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers worth $23 million on Friday.Hawes averaged 13.2 points and 8.3 rebounds a game last season while also shooting 46-percent from the field, including 42-percent from the three-point line. He was shipped to the Cleveland Cavaliers at the trade deadline after spending...
The Clippers badly want to acquire Paul Pierce and Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Nets want JJ Redick or a first round pick to make that happen.
Unless Clippers are willing to trade JJ Redick or first-round picks to Nets for Paul Pierce, a sign-and-trade is unlikely, sources tell Y
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 5, 2014
The Clippers just agreed to terms on...
The Clippers just add a solid stretch center to the roster. Spencer Hawes is taking his grounded game to Lob City according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Free agent Spencer Hawes has reached agreement on a four-year, $23M deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, league sources tell Yahoo.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 4, 2014
Splitting time between the Philadelphia 76ers and...
The Los Angeles Clippers lost backup point guard Darren Collison to the Sacramento Kings, and now, they are in the market for a replacement. One possible candidate is Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Farmar.Image by k1k0.com, via Wikimedia CommonsAccording to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports:"Clippers have become the front-runner to land Lakers free agent point guard Jordan ...
The Los Angeles Clippers and Jordan Farmar have agreed upon a two-year, $4.2 million deal. The second season of Farmar's deal is a player option.
Farmar played last season with the Los Angeles Lakers and will replace Darren Collison as the Clippers' backup point guard.
Spencer Hawes and the Los Angeles Clippers have agreed upon a four-year, $23 million deal.
Hawes finished last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Hawes is unlikely to be moved to the Clippers in a sign-and-trade.
Another big man is off the board after free agent center Spencer Hawes agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Clippers for what is being reported as a four-year, $23 million deal.
Hawes was the Portland Trail Blazers’ primary target when free agency hit earlier this week. General Manager Neil Olshey along with head coach Terry Stotts got first dibs to pitch how the organization...