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When the Suns made a trade for Eric Bledsoe earlier this week, speculation immediately began on the future of Goran Dragic in Phoenix. After all, Bledsoe and Dragic both play point guard.
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Capping off a busy weekend of free agency for the Clippers, Ryan Hollins announced on Twitter Sunday morning that he had agreed in principle to a deal to return to Los Angeles next season.
ClipperNation we have some unfinished business!!!! Blessed to be back in a @LAClippers uniform! I'm ALLIN Ryan Hollins (@TheRyanHollins) July 7, 2013
Yahoo! Sports first reported the one-year...
Might as well hit up Bynum and try to recreate 2010.
I assume if Odom wanted to come back, it wouldn’t cost the Lakers much, but if this is their biggest move of the off-season that has to be a bit depressing for Lakers Fans.
Lakers have reached out to Lamar Odom, but it been hard to determine how high interest level is on either side thus far.
— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne...
As the NBA picks up its analytics pace, perceived trends are accessorized by slick interpretations of those handy, telltale numbers.
It can be quite dizzying.
For example, its been posited that were experiencing a golden age of point guards (at least in terms of how their contributions are flooding the margins of an expanded box score), even if the OBrien Trophy doesnt seem all...
Current L.A. Clippers guard and former North Carolina player Reggie Bullock took to twitter to express how hungry he was waiting at an airport which apparently has no food.
Good solid role player for the Clippers at pretty affordable rate.
Clippers forward Matt Barnes has agreed to a three-year deal paying in the $11 million to $12 million range, a source told Yahoo! Sports.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) July 5, 2013
Matt Barnes will reportedly re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers for 3-years, $11 million, according to Ramona Shelbourne of ESPN LA.
Barnes confirmed the deal by re-tweeting former free agent and teammate, Chris Paul.
RT @CP3: I'M IN!!! #CLIPPERNATION… I guess that makes two of us!! Lets get this…
— Matt Barnes (@Matt_Barnes22) July 5, 2013
Barnes averaged 10.3 points...
Matt Barnes has agreed upon a three-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers worth between $11 millon and $12 million.
The Clippers and free-agent point guard Darren Collison agreed on a two-year contract Saturday, according to NBA executives who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the matter.
Collison will get the portion of the mid-level exception that the Clippers had left. His salary will be about 1.9 million for the 2013-14 season. He has an...
The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to sign Ryan Hollins on a one-year contract.
Hollins signed with the Clippers last offseason.
Word going around the internet is that the Lakers have reached out to Lamar Odom. Odom, who played with the Lakers from 2004-’11 before being traded to the Mavericks, would probably welcome a return back to his former team.
Chances are that it won’t cost the Lakers much to sign Odom, but if this is it for the Lakers it’s been a bit of a letdown off-season, after losing free...
The Los Angeles Lakers have reached out to Lamar Odom to gauge the free agent's thoughts on returning.
Odom spent seven seasons with the Lakers, where he was a top contributor on back-to-back champions.
Odom averaged 4 points and 5.9 rebounds in 19.7 minutes for the Los Angeles Clippers last season.
The Clippers have added yet another guard to their backcourt rotation.
USA Today is reporting that the Clippers have agreed to a two-year deal with Darren Collison.
He averaged 12 points and 5.1 assists per game with the Dallas Mavericks last season, and will try to find some room in a backcourt that includes Chris Paul, J.J. Redick and Jamaal Crawford.
The Los Angeles Clippers agreed to sign Darren Collison to a two-year contract worth part of the mid-level exception.
The second year of Collison's deal will be a player option.
Collison averaged 12 points and 5.1 assists last season with the Dallas Mavericks.