The Clippers have been keeping themselves busy recently with all the 10-day contracts they’ve been handing out, as they made another move on Sunday.
According to multiple reports, the Clippers and guard Yogi Ferrell have agreed on a 10-day contract. He’ll have to clear health and safety protocols before he can suit up for the team.
The 27-year-old guard has bounced around during his NBA career. He’s spent time with the Nets, Mavericks, Kings, and most recently the Cavaliers. Ferrell appeared in two games for Cleveland this year, averaging 9.5 points and 2.5 assists in 20 minutes of action.
He also spent 14 games in the G-League this season with the Salt Lake City Stars. During his action with the team, he’s averaging 15 points and four assists per game.
With Patrick Beverley out for at least a month and Rajon Rondo dealing with lingering injuries, this is a point guard with NBA experience who could help give the Clippers some depth for potentially a couple of weeks.