I suppose the Aaron Williams signing warrants some attention, if only because it looks like Zeke Rebraca is on his last legs and Tim Thomas, even at 6'10", isn't really a true post player.  So that leaves Williams as the Clips' only backup on the low block.

Williams is a product of Xavier, a program that has traditionally produced blue-collar bangers such as Tyrone Hill and Brian Grant.  He'll be 35 the week Clippers land in Moscow to prepare for BC Khimki on October 5.  His best two years were with the 2000-2001 and 2001-2002 Nets, the latter of which advanced to the NBA finals.  He'd been sandbagged on the Toronto bench until the Hornets liberated him last season and he immediately began logging over 20 minutes a game for NOK, averaging 5.8 ppg/4.9 rpg and shooting 51.6% from the field.  He doesn't turn the ball over and is a career .738 shooting from the stripe. 

The book on Williams is that he's a solid interior defender, which will make him indispensable alongside Kaman who still has trouble knocking guys off the block.   Offensively, he can set a screen and grab/claw with the best of them, but won't take a contested shot in the open floor.  I suspect that Williams won't log more than 12 mpg, if that - barring injury, of course.  But it seems like a nice pickup for a team whose frontcourt depth was looking a little iffy going into the season.