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2019 Schedule
2nd in Pacific

Will Jimmy Butler End Up In L.A.

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Jimmy Butler wanting out of Minnesota and wanting a deal done by Monday. Plus, debate if the NBA let Mark Cuban off easy, preview the Browns-Jets match-up and react to Cleveland being favored for the first time in 3 years.


HQ: In Stak We Trust?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Michael Smith question if Stephen Jackson is right to be so critical of the Wiggins brothers, if Jimmy Butler is smart to be most interested in the Clippers, if the NBA let Mark Cuban off too easily and much more.

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1dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Butler most interested in Clippers

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jimmy Butler is most interested in pursuing a future with the Los Angeles Clippers, league sources told ESPN.

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3dAdrian Wojnarowski

Clippers hire SI writer Jenkins for front-office job

The LA Clippers are hiring Sports Illustrated senior writer Lee Jenkins to the newly created front-office position of executive director of research and identity.

Boban and Tobias drop their new show (1:42)
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Lawler, longtime voice of Clippers, to retire

Ralph Lawler has announced his intention to retire as the television and radio voice of the Clippers at the end of the season, which will be his 40th with the team.

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15dAdrian Wojnarowski

Source: Clippers match offer sheet for Wallace

The Clippers matched New Orleans' offer sheet for forward Tyrone Wallace, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Pelicans were offering a two-year, $3 million deal for the 24-year-old, who had a two-way contract last season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

New Orleans Pelicans' offer sheet for restricted free agent Tyrone Wallace is for two years at the minimum and partially guaranteed, per ESPN sources. Los Angeles Clippers can match the offer.

Lou Will drops defender with filthy crossover (0:22)
Are the Clippers trying too hard to land Kawhi? (1:47)
Stephen A.: 'Bowen was 1,000 percent right' about Kawhi (1:23)
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38dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Clips drop Bowen after Kawhi remarks

After Bruce Bowen made some critical comments about free-agent target Kawhi Leonard in June, he will not be renewed as the LA Clippers television game analyst next season, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

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Cavs get Dekker from Clips, bolster forward spot

The Cavaliers acquired depth at the forward position, getting Sam Dekker in a trade that allows the Clippers to shed a much-needed roster spot before training camp.

Gallinari and Aminu ready for LeBron test in the West (1:47)
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49dLindsay du Plessis, KweséESPN deputy editor

Gallinari needs Clippers to be fit to face LeBron

LA Clippers power forward Danilo Gallinari is looking forward to having a fully fit team come the new NBA season, after he and a number of others saw parts of their season disrupted.

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Mavericks, Clippers make international swap

The Mavericks have acquired the rights to forward Maarty Leunen and cash from the Clippers for two-way forward Johnathan Motley and the rights to guard Renaldas Seibutis.

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61dKevin Pelton

Rating the best and worst NBA moves so far

Kevin Pelton provides team-by-team analysis of every major and minor deal. Who improved? And what is still to come?

Bobby Marks ESPN 

A fair contract for both the Clippers and Montrezl Harrell on the two year, $12 million contract. The forward was staring down the $1.8 million qualifying offer and will now see that number triple. The short-term contract also allows Harrell to enter free agency in 2020 when the salary cap is expected to rise to $116 million. The Clippers also stay below the projected luxury tax by $500K but now have a decision when it comes to the roster. Los Angeles now has 16 guaranteed contracts, not including the non-guaranteed salary of Patrick Beverley and CJ Williams.

DeAndre Jordan posterizes Knight with monster slam (0:45)
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Clippers sign Mbah a Moute for second stint

Luc Mbah a Moute, who started 137 games for the Clippers from 2015-17, is back for a second stint in Los Angeles, with league sources telling ESPN he signed a one-year deal worth $4.3 million.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game109.09th
Rebounds Per Game43.915th
Assists Per Game22.322nd
Points Allowed109.024th

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