The release of Mark Madsen is just another move in what has been an unpredictably busy offseason for the Clippers. Madsen was scheduled to make 2.8 million dollars this year, but his release will save the Clippers an unspecified amount off that figure. This move was not made for monetary reasons how[...]
From Clippers.com: The Los Angeles Clippers today waived forward Mark Madsen. Madsen was acquired from the Minnesota Timberwolves on July 22nd along with Sebastian Telfair and Craig Smith in exchange for Quentin Richardson. The Clippers’ roster currently stands at 12 players. We’ll update this[...]
Your obligatory Ramon Sessions link for the day: I can’t tell you how many times I’ve frantically checked ESPN and twitter for Sessions updates. I’ve read every article, obsessed over every rumor, and worked out every scenario. Enough is enough Ramon: Just sign somewhere. Anywhere.[...]
You can find videos of Thursday’s various press conferences — Craig Smith, Sebastian Telfair, Mark Madsen, and Mike Dunleavy — at the Clippers site. I caught up with Telfair afterwards for TrueHoop: No kid in the history of high school athletics saw his young career chronicled with[...]
Craig Smith Position: Undersized 4 (6-foot-7) Contract: 1 year, $2.5M 2008-09 PER: 17.01 Comment: Smith is an extremely efficient offensive creature, though he needs to step away from the table if he wants to be able to guard quicker, longer face-up 4s and perimeter 3s. Smith shot 47.9% on 2-point j[...]
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