As some have already mentioned, Clipper's GM Neil Olshey has an interesting prior relationship with Jason Kapono.
...Olshey moved west and started helping out with coaching duties at Artesia High or his first fortunate meeting with then prep star Jason Kapono, who would be the first of his many clients (and future NBA stars) in private-workout hoop sessions. Source: LA times article
Another article recently mentioned that Kapono could be on the trading block - he has an expiring contract worth $6.64M. He's a local kid, Bruin alum who happens to have connected on 44% of his field goals from beyond the arc over his 7-year career.
With all that said, a drop dead shooter from deep is usually a welcome addition to any NBA roster...but, what would we have to give up to get him? What would Philly even want?
Fan Post from Liberty Ballers throws out the idea of Deandre Jordan. What do you guys think? The lovable big guy for the local hometown hero?
I'm sure there are other things we might be able to offer, say a 2nd round pick or whatever, but I'm curious to know how Clipper Nation feels about this trade scenario. You're the GM...what do you do?