The LA Clippers made a huge amount of changes this offseason and enter the 2019-20 season as one of the favorites in a loaded Western Conference. The Clips recently added another player via an Exhibit 10 deal, Donte Grantham, according to Jovan Buha of The Athletic:

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Grantham played 4 seasons for the Clemson Tigers in the ACC in college, and last season, he played a total of two minutes with the Oklahoma City Thunder – only entering the game extremely late in garbage time scenarios.

By signing an Exhibit 10 deal, Grantham will join the Clippers’ training camp roster – allowing him to compete for a roster spot during the preseason, though the Clips do have startling depth at most positions. However, a young player on the wing is never a bad thing, and Grantham projects to be a solid three-and-D prospect going forward.

Though he only played two career minutes for the OKC Thunder, per Basketball Reference, Grantham was a four-year starter at Clemson – though he missed the end of his senior season due to a knee injury.

Across his four seasons at Clemson, he produced per-game averages of 9.6 points per game, 4.8 rebounds per game and 1.9 assists per game to go along with 41.4 percent shooting from the field and a 33.3 percent clip from downtown per Sports Reference.

Notably, in his senior season, Grantham had his best year from deep – producing a 41.9 percent clip from downtown on a 34.1 percent three-point attempt rate.