Los Angeles Clippers: Best and Worst Moves of the Offseason
By Brandon Hartman: Vp of Content and Senior Writer at Hoopstuff
Best Move: Adding Doc Rivers as Head Coach
First, of course resigning Chris Paul is the Clippers’ off season gem so far. You would be one heck of a writer to convince anyone that getting perhaps the number one point guard in the league to commit to a team long term, was not that team’s top move of the off season. Yet, the Clippers resigning Chris Paul was just too expected for me to make it the team’s top move. With Paul signing on the dotted line, the team which disappointedly bowed out in the first round of the playoffs against Memphis last year, was all but kept intact and set to stay the same for another year. Of course, as with every disappointing loss in sports, came a scapegoat for last year’s embarrassment with Vinny Del Negro being blamed and fired for an underwhelming post season performance. The Clippers deemed him an unworthy head coach for such a ...