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Clippers ROSTER

25-25 • 7th in WESTERN CONFERENCE

HEAD COACH: Tyronn Lue
VENUE: Crypto.com Arena - 1111 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
CAPACITY: 18,997
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#7
Amir Coffey
SG24N/A6' 7"210 lbsMINNESOTA
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#4
Brandon Boston
SG20$925,2586' 7"185 lbsKENTUCKY
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#5
Eric Bledsoe
PG32$18,125,0006' 1"214 lbsKENTUCKY
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#55
Isaiah Hartenstein
C23$1,729,2177' 0"250 lbsN/A
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#40
Ivica Zubac
C24$7,518,5187' 0"240 lbsN/A
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Jason Preston
22$1,062,3036' 4"187 lbsOHIO UNIVERSITY
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Jay Scrubb
21N/A6' 5"220 lbsJOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE
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#20
Justise Winslow
SF25$3,902,4396' 6"222 lbsDUKE
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#2
Kawhi Leonard
SF30$39,344,9006' 7"225 lbsSAN DIEGO STATE
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#45
Keon Johnson
SG19$2,553,1206' 5"186 lbsTENNESSEE
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#5
Luke Kennard
SG25$12,727,2736' 5"206 lbsDUKE
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#8
Marcus Morris
PF32$15,627,9076' 8"218 lbsKANSAS
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#33
Nicolas Batum
PF33$9,043,4786' 8"230 lbsN/A
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#13
Paul George
SF31$39,344,9706' 8"220 lbsFRESNO STATE
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#1
Reggie Jackson
SG31$10,384,5006' 2"208 lbsBOSTON COLLEGE
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#9
Serge Ibaka
C32$9,742,0006' 10"235 lbsN/A
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#14
Terance Mann
SF25$1,782,6216' 5"215 lbsFLORIDA STATE
TOTAL Clippers SALARY: $173,813,504
Clippers SALARY CAP: $112,414,000

Current Clippers Roster Status

After a disastrous end to their 2019-20 campaign, the Los Angeles Clippers parted ways with long-time head coach Doc Rivers. NBA champion coach Tyronn Lue took over as the squad's new top shot-caller, with the front office banking on Lue's relationship with the players (especially L.A.'s superstars) as the primary driving force for the Clippers' title contention in 2021.

Along with Rivers, L.A. also said goodbye to a number of key players, including Sixth Man of the Year winner Montrezl Harrell (signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers), Landry Shamet (traded to the Brooklyn Nets), and JaMychal Green (signed as a free agent with the Denver Nuggets), to name a few. They did bring in a few fresh faces in Serge Ibaka, Nicolas Batum, and Luke Kennard.

The Clippers' biggest transaction in the offseason centered around All-Star forward Paul George, who L.A. signed to a max four-year extension worth a whopping $176 million. Despite being heavily criticized for his shortcomings during the playoffs, the Clippers reaffirmed their faith in George by committing their long-term future to the 30-year-old wing.

George will continue to serve as Kawhi Leonard's No. 2 man. There's no denying that this dynamic duo fell way below expectations in their first season together last term, but make no mistake about it -- these are two all-time greats at the prime of their careers. They are more than capable of carrying this squad to a much-awaited championship.

Patrick Beverley, Batum, and Serge Ibaka join George and Leonard in the starting five, with Lou Williams, Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris, Luke Kennard, Patrick Patterson, and Ivica Zubac all playing key roles for the second unit.

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Who Did The Clippers Recently Sign?

The Clippers lost reigning Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell through free agency, and the team has since added a few new pieces here and there to make up for the loss.

L.A.'s latest signing came in the form of veteran forward Nicolas Batum, who signed on a one-year deal worth $2.3 million. Quite a bargain for a player who earned $25.6 million with the Charlotte Hornets last season.

Who Are The Clippers Targeting In Free Agency?

The Clippers lost one of the biggest names in free agency in the form of reigning Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell. Nevertheless, they've made the necessary moves to fortify their squad for next season.

In came Serge Ibaka from the Toronto Raptors ,who signed on a two-year deal worth $19.0 million. The arrival of Nicolas Batum on a one-year, $2.3 million deal is also a welcome addition for the Clippers.

L.A. also successfully extended the deals of Marcus Morris (four years, $64 million), Patrick Patterson (one year, $3.1 million), and Reggie Jackson.

Other players linked to the Clippers included Marc Gasol, Goran Dragic, and Jae Crowder.

Who Did The Clippers Most Recently Trade For?

The Clippers made a pair of trades during the 2020 NBA Draft. In a three-team deal with the Brooklyn Nets and Detroit Pistons, L.A. sent out Rodney McGruder, Landry Shamet, and the draft rights to Reggie Perry to acquire Luke Kennard, Justin Patton, the draft rights to Jayden Scrubb, and multiple future second-round picks. The Clippers also acquired Daniel Oturu from the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Mathias Lessort and a future second-round pick.

What Is The Clippers Salary Cap?

The Clippers' total salary cap is $138,389,392 according to Spotrac. They are 5,762,392 over the luxury tax threshold and are due to pay a luxury tax bill of $8,834,188.

What Is The Best Clippers Roster Of All-Time?

The 2013-14 roster for the Clippers is arguably the best in team history. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan were the big three, but Jamal Crawford, JJ Redick, Darren Collison, Matt Barnes, Danny Granger, Jared Dudley, and Willie Green were among the other players that were a key part of the rotation at various points during the season.

They won a franchise-record 57 games during the regular season before losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Semifinals.

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Who Did The Clippers Recently Sign?

The Clippers lost reigning Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell through free agency, and the team has since added a few new pieces here and there to make up for the loss.

L.A.'s latest signing came in the form of veteran forward Nicolas Batum, who signed on a one-year deal worth $2.3 million. Quite a bargain for a player who earned $25.6 million with the Charlotte Hornets last season.

Who Are The Clippers Targeting In Free Agency?

The Clippers lost one of the biggest names in free agency in the form of reigning Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell. Nevertheless, they've made the necessary moves to fortify their squad for next season.

In came Serge Ibaka from the Toronto Raptors ,who signed on a two-year deal worth $19.0 million. The arrival of Nicolas Batum on a one-year, $2.3 million deal is also a welcome addition for the Clippers.

L.A. also successfully extended the deals of Marcus Morris (four years, $64 million), Patrick Patterson (one year, $3.1 million), and Reggie Jackson.

Other players linked to the Clippers included Marc Gasol, Goran Dragic, and Jae Crowder.

Who Did The Clippers Most Recently Trade For?

The Clippers made a pair of trades during the 2020 NBA Draft. In a three-team deal with the Brooklyn Nets and Detroit Pistons, L.A. sent out Rodney McGruder, Landry Shamet, and the draft rights to Reggie Perry to acquire Luke Kennard, Justin Patton, the draft rights to Jayden Scrubb, and multiple future second-round picks. The Clippers also acquired Daniel Oturu from the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Mathias Lessort and a future second-round pick.

What Is The Clippers Salary Cap?

The Clippers' total salary cap is $138,389,392 according to Spotrac. They are 5,762,392 over the luxury tax threshold and are due to pay a luxury tax bill of $8,834,188.

What Is The Best Clippers Roster Of All-Time?

The 2013-14 roster for the Clippers is arguably the best in team history. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan were the big three, but Jamal Crawford, JJ Redick, Darren Collison, Matt Barnes, Danny Granger, Jared Dudley, and Willie Green were among the other players that were a key part of the rotation at various points during the season.

They won a franchise-record 57 games during the regular season before losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Semifinals.

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