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No. 78: Greatest Clippers of All-Time: Caron Butler

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Caron Butler

Time with Clippers: 2011-2013

Stats: 11.1 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 1.1 APG, 1.2 SPG, 141 G, 26.6 MPG, 41.5 FG%, 220 3PM

Win Shares: 5.9

After spending time with four different teams, Caron Butler signed a contract with the Clippers in 2011. He spent two years in Los Angeles playing for the Clippers as their small forward.

Butler was great for LA during his short stint. He started nearly every game over the course of the two seasons, only missing a handful of games. Though he had been in the league for nearly a decade, he was still able to give the Clips 12 points and four rebounds a game during his first season.

His second season was a little less productive, as his minutes per game went down by almost six. Butler still averaged 10.4 points with three rebounds a game, while shooting 39 percent from three.

Butler’s best game of his Clippers tenure came on November 26, 2012, against the New Orleans Hornets. He dropped 33 points, with majority of them coming via the three-ball. He knocked down nine three’s on 15 attempts. For good measure, he also added six rebounds and two assists.

Arguably his most memorable moment while with the Clippers. This is still hilarious.

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