Found January 02, 2012 on RealGM:
Solomon Jones worked out for the Clippers along with D.J. Mbenga, Hilton Armstrong and Dan Gadzuric.

Clippers work out big men

The Clippers, in search of more depth for their front court, worked out several big men Monday at the teams practice facility. They had in 7-footer D.J. Mbenga, 6-11 Hilton Armstrong, 6-10 Solomon Jones and 6-11 Dan Gadzuric. The Clippers have a 13-man roster and have room to sign two more players. The Clippers still have the mini-mid-level exception of 2.5 million and a 3.8 million...

Clippers sign big man Solomon Jones

The Clippers signed free agent Solomon Jones to a nonguaranteed contract Monday worth about 1 million, said a person not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Jones is a 6-foot-10 power forwardcenter who the Clippers think will give them some depth in the frontcourt. Jones spent last season with the Indiana Pacers, where he played in 39 games and averaged 3.6 points and 2...

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Clippers to work out more big men

Club will take a look at veterans DJ Mbenga, Hilton Armstrong and Dan Gadzuric.
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