Clippers Free Agency
This post will be updated as the Clippers’ training camp roster fills up.
According to multiple reports, the second year of John Wall’s two-year contract with the Clippers is a team option.
The LA Clippers’ head man was more than complimentary of Isaiah Hartenstein and his new deal with the New York Knicks.
The Israeli League MVP is eyeing an NBA comeback, and the Clippers could take a flyer on him.
Jay Scrubb and Xavier Moon are returning to the Clippers, and Moses Brown is joining them.
The Clippers are still trying to figure out who will fill their backup center role, and a latest report has unearthed a name.
The most-rumored newest Clipper is now officially the newest Clipper.
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.
The Kyrie Irving saga continues, and, John Wall is now being heavily linked to the Clippers in NBA free agency.
The veteran forward has rekindled his career in Los Angeles, and it doesn’t appear that Nicolas Batum is leaving the Clippers anytime soon.
The veteran forward has declined his player option with the Clippers and elected to hit free agency.
In his latest free agent profile on The Athletic, John Hollinger details the Clippers using Early Bird rights to bring Nicolas Batum back. Could that be their best case scenario?
Robert Covington is staying in Los Angeles.
This live tracker will stay up to date with the Clippers cap situation and how much the team can spend in free agency.
It says a lot about the culture the team has built to attract free agents.
There’s still a possibility for Coffey to make the 15-man roster.
Here’s your third center.
With just two centers on the roster and Serge Ibaka out indefinitely, do the Clippers still have one big deal to make this summer?
Leonard is back in Los Angeles for the long haul.