Agent Sam Porter tells Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress that the Clippers have signed the forward from the University of Vermont to a 2-year, partially guaranteed contract. I like this deal for two reasons: The Clippers get a low-risk, heady, athletic ballplayer who makes good decisions, can defend t[...]
From the Clippers’ release: The Los Angeles Clippers have signed guard Willie Warren, their second round selection (54th overall) in the 2010 NBA Draft. The University of Oklahoma product was an Honorable Mention All-Big 12 selection as a sophomore in 2009-10, averaging a team-high 16.3 points[...]
It’s too early to discern whether Vinny Del Negro has the command, tactical strength and creativity to build the Clippers into a respectable entity in the Western Conference. My preferences for Dwane Casey aside, enough smart basketball people I’ve spoken to believe that, despite his ear[...]
From my report at ESPN.com: The Los Angeles Clippers have selected Vinny Del Negro as their new head coach, sources close to the situation said on Tuesday. Del Negro takes over a team that went 29-63 last season under Mike Dunleavy, who was fired in February, then interim replacement Kim Hughes. The[...]
Saturday was a busy day in Playa Vista. Sofo Schortsanitis was at the facility in the morning working out, then Mike Miller paid a three-hour visit. Prototypically, Miller is precisely what the Clippers are looking for — a floor-spacing shooter who won’t kill them on the boards. He̵[...]
From my post over at TrueHoop: The Clippers are unlikely to name a head coach before Tuesday, sources close to the situation said on Saturday. Last week, the Clippers met with Dallas Mavericks assistant coach Dwane Casey and former Chicago Bulls head coach Vinny Del Negro on Monday and Tuesday respe[...]
With Joe Johnson and Rudy Gay both off the table, it’s an increasingly likely scenario that the Clippers fill out their remaining roster spots with affordable guys who won’t jeopardize the development of the young core or squander the club’s future financial flexibility. While ther[...]
Among the revelations, Griffin won’t be playing Summer League for the Clippers. He also learned a lot watching the team from the bench last season. In other news, Rudy Gay agrees to a 5 year/$82 million deal with the Grizzlies.[...]
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