Just as we expected, Blake Griffin has agreed to a five-year extension to his rookie contract, according to Ken Berger. Blake Griffin and the Clippers have formally agreed on his five-year, approximately $95 million deal, league sources say. — Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) July 10, 2012 Not too much [...]
Chauncey Billups? Jamal Crawford? Eric Bledsoe? Not quite sure? The Clippers have, to this point, invested around $10 million and three roster spots in guards not named Chris Paul — all of whom are worthy of significant NBA minutes. But conspicuously absent from that group is a bona fide start[...]
ESPN and others are reporting that the Clippers could help facilitate a deal that would send Dwight Howard to the Nets. For their troubles, they would be getting 23-year old, 6-foot-5 (with a 7″1′ wingspan) shooting guard MarShon Brooks from the Nets in exchange for a lottery-protected f[...]
In what many consider to be the most important offseason in franchise history, the Clippers started things off with a risk-averse move (re-signing Del Negro), and followed it up with a huge gamble (trading for Lamar Odom). They weren’t nearly proactive enough in retaining Neil Olshey, b[...]
A formality at this point, USA Basketball officially announced Blake Griffin as a member of the final 2012 Team USA Olympic roster. James Harden of the OKC Thunder was the only other addition not on a previous USA team. Of course, Griffin is joined by his Clippers teammate, Chris Paul, on the roster[...]
Still five days away from the time free agents can sign contracts, the Clippers have been as active as any team west of Brooklyn. As we allow it all to digest, here’s some perspective from around the web: Zach Lowe on Jamal Crawford and Chauncey Billups: “The two should be very useful fo[...]
The details from Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Stein: Nick Young has reached agreement with Philly, his agent says. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 6, 2012 Finals details still being sorted, but Sixers and Young headed for one-year deal in $6 million range — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 6[...]
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