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No. 85: Greatest Clippers of All-Time: Randy Foye

A brief two-year stint

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Randy Foye

Time with Clippers: 2010-2012

Stats: 10.4 PPG, 2.5 APG, 1.9 RPG, 128 G, 39.3 FG%, 36.3 3P%, 25.3 MPG

Win Shares: 4.9

Randy Foye suited up for the Clippers for two seasons. During his 128 games, 72 of them were starts, so Foye was a strong contributor in that starting rotation. His first season came during the 2010-2011 campaign, which was Blake Griffin’s rookie season. Foye came off the bench in about 23 of the games, averaging 10 points a game.

Foye’s best game of the season came at home against the Celtics. He dropped 32 points with seven assists and two steals while shooting 50 percent from the field. There were 10 games that season in which Foye dropped at least 20 points.

His next season was an even better one, as he averaged 11 points, two rebounds and two assists a game. Foye started majority of games for the Clippers that season, and started all 11 games in the playoffs for LA. He scored at least 15 points in 20 games for the Clips, and had 23 games in which he knocked down as least three three-pointers.

For some reason, it felt like Foye was here a lot longer than two years. It felt like he was with the Clippers more during the Blake Griffin/Chris Paul era. Though his time was short in LA, Foye was a productive player for the Clippers. He could get them points when needed, and was unselfish when he had the ball.

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