The other need this off-season is to keep the core group together. Jordan, who took over as the starter and emerged as the team's center of the future when Kaman was injured, is a restricted free agent. The team has made it a priority to re-sign him and almost certainly will barring some crazy offer sheet from another team. In addition to Jordan, Eric Gordon is eligible for an extension when the NBA resumes it's business. Gordon enjoyed a breakout season averaging over 22 points per game, and is considered by many the best young shooting guard in the league. Jordan (23), Gordon (22) and Blake Griffin (22) form the core of the best young collection of NBA talent outside of Oklahoma, and keeping them together for the foreseeable future is the closest thing the Clippers have had to a "plan" in a long, long time. It's not a requirement to extend Gordon now - he has another year on his rookie deal after which he'll be a restricted free agent next summer, at which time the Clippers can sign him or match any other offer - but it would send a very clear message to Blake Griffin who is up next: we're serious about this team.
2. What are the Clippers' biggest strengths and weaknesses?
4. If I could make one change to the NBA's new CBA, what would it be?