Los Angeles Clippers



Roster (13 spots – 2 open)

Kawhi Leonard SF

Paul George SF

Patrick Beverly PG

Louis Williams SG

Maurice Harkless SF

Ivaca Zubac C  

Montrezl Harrell PF/C

JaMychal Green PF

Rodney McGruder SG

Jerome Robinson SG

Laundry Shamet SG

Mfiondu Kabengele C

Terance Mann SG


Two Way

Amir Coffey SG


Starting 5

Patrick Beverly PG

Paul George SG

Kawhi Leonard SF

Montrezl Harrell PF

Ivaca Zubac C


Outgoing Players (6)

Danilo Galinari (Trade OKC)

Wilson Chandler (FA, NETS)

Garrett Temple (FA, NETS)

Shai Gilgeous Alexander (Trade OKC)

Sindarious Thornwell (FA)

Tyrone Wallace (FA, MIN)


Incoming Players

Kawhi Lenoard SF (FA, TOR)

Paul George SF (Trade, OKC)

Maurice Harkless SF (Trade, POR)

Mfiondu Kabengele C ( Trade, BRK 27th pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Terance Mann SG (48th pick 2019 NBA Draft)

Rodney McGruder SG (Waivers, MIA)


2018-19 Final Regular Season Standing: 8th Western Conference (48-34)

2019-20 Projected Regular Season Standing: 1st Western Conference (56-26)


The Los Angeles Clippers won the offseason and became the odds on favorite to win it all next season, after luring Kawhi Leonard from Toronto. Poor Raptors, at least they finally got a championship. As part of Leonard’s demand to join the Clippers, the team needed to also get Paul George, which they pulled off, by handing Sam Presti all the picks he could hold and then some, along with talented young guard Shai Gilgeous Alexander and forward Danilo Galinari to make the numbers work. They trade for versatile forward Maurice Harkless and signed Rodney McGruder off of waivers. They resigned JaMychal Green and Ivaca Zubac.

Leonard and George join a Clippers team that beat the defending championships on the road, twice in the first round of the playoffs before being eliminated. Montrezl Harrell, Lou Williams, and Patrick Beverly combined with those two make a powerful team. Far better than their hometown counter part, the Lakers, who Leonard spurned in good fashion. Kawhi wanted his own team, he didn’t want to play second fiddle to Lebron.  It is looking like the Clippers will be the superior LA team once again. Not to mention, the Clippers are building their own arena, hungry for their own identity and tired of sharing the limelight with the Lakers. The may finally have all the right pieces to go all the way. Owner Steve Ballmer has to be ecstatic.


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