Clippers guard Jason Preston missed all of what should have been his rookie season last year, but now he’s ‘excited’ to get back out there.
The team’s development outlet is receiving a slight rebrand ahead of the 2022-23 season.
Summer League may not be to every NBA fan’s taste, but the Clippers could well be worth watching this year.
The Los Angeles Clippers possess two trade exceptions. One expires in July. Will they use it? Well, that’s dicey.
We’re just as thrilled to have you back too, Nico!
There may be more than one Los Angeles team interested in a trade for Kyrie Irving.
The Clippers want another cup of Coffey.
After a successful season with the Clippers, Isaiah Hartenstein is getting paid in NBA free agency, and will depart for a new deal with the New York Knicks.
The veteran has agreed to return to Los Angeles.
The young guard has spent the last two seasons on a two-way contract with the Clippers. But the team did not extend a QO to him.
More news has trickled in regarding the respective free agencies of Nicolas Batum and Isaiah Hartenstein, as well as some title odds.
Report: Clippers considered trade for Nerlens Noel using trade exception before he was sent to Pistons
The Clippers reportedly looked at Nerlens Noel as a potential trade target, but the New York Knicks ultimately sent him to the Detroit Pistons instead.
With a deal now looking all but done, signing John Wall could be an absolute steal for the Clippers.
The Kyrie Irving saga continues, and, John Wall is now being heavily linked to the Clippers in NBA free agency.
Prepare for an offseason full of exciting Kawhi Leonard workout teasers.
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The 2022 NBA Draft might be over, but that doesn’t mean prospects can’t still be found.
The Clippers ended up keeping their second-round pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, taking Moussa Diabate out of Michigan.
Report: Clippers ‘expected’ to show interest in Kyrie Irving, who has them on list of teams he’d accept trade to
The Los Angeles Clippers would be a potential trade suitor for Kyrie Irving, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, and Irving has them on his list of approved teams.
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly only looking to draft players that are willing to sign a two-way contract.
The Clippers only have the No. 43 pick in tomorrow night’s draft, and though an active evening isn’t likely, it will still be a night worth watching.
The veteran forward has rekindled his career in Los Angeles, and it doesn’t appear that Nicolas Batum is leaving the Clippers anytime soon.