The Sacramento Kings have waived backup point guard, Jason Hart.  With Rick Brunson unavailable, the Clippers are expected to sign Hart on Tuesday once he clears waivers.  

Hart signed with the Kings a couple of seasons ago after he put up nice numbers with Charlotte in its expansion campaign, 2004-2005, and earned the reputation as a defensive stopper.  He never quite found his shot in Sacramento and he’s since been relegated to the end of the Kings bench.  

Hart is excited about the potential opportunity with the Clips.  From the Sacramento Bee:

"It's an opportunity, and you have to take advantage of the opportunity because they don't come around often," Hart said by telephone Thursday night. "I can't wait. I'm very, very excited. It's going to be exciting, a fresh start."

The story goes onto quote Hart’s agent, Bill Neff, explicitly saying that Hart was treated like shit by Eric Musselman:

"The only thing I was disappointed by was the callous disregard that the coach had for Jason, the lack of respect he demonstrated towards Jason," Neff said. "In the end, as always, (Kings basketball president) Geoff (Petrie) helped rescue the situation and did the right thing. It's over. We move on. I just wish it didn't go that way."

Additionally, Hart thanks Thegoodlord for preserving his sanity during his time in Sacramento:

"I'd like to thank God first, but myself, too, for keeping myself sane," Hart said. "It was hard, but I'm glad it looks like it'll work out."
Hart is expected to get significant playing time at PG for the Clips.  No word as to how many minutes the Almighty might see.