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Los Angeles Clippers president and head coach Doc Rivers wants to reunite with Ray Allen, according to ESPN's Arash Markazi: Doc Rivers had been in contact with Ray Allen earlier this summer. Expect the Clippers to make a run at him again.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) August 29, 2014 Allen met with the Clippers two years ago as a free agent but chose to sign with the Miami Heat instead.
The Los Angeles Clippers announced on Friday that they have waived swingman Carlos Delfino and center Miroslav Raduljica. Both were acquired earlier this week from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Jared Dudley and a first-round pick. Los Angeles used the stretch provision on them, meaning that their remaining salaries will be spread out over the next five years. This means the Clippers are $3 ...
The Clippers are bucking that trend, and it is probably a direct result of Balmer's billions. It seems that very soon the Clippers will be getting to payroll levels far about the luxury tax, and staying there. By using the provision now, the Clippers probably have about $3.5M to spend under the hard cap -- and 11 players on the roster.
The Los Angeles Clippers will release center Miroslav Raduljica on Friday, according to RealGM's Shams Charania. He is owed $1.5 million this coming season and has a partial guarantee on his salary for the following year.
When Shelly Sterling was approached by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about buying the Los Angeles Clippers, the wife of disgraced team owner Donald Sterling did not know who he was.
The Clippers waived newly acquired players Carlos Delfino and Miroslav Raduljica on Friday and will pay their remaining salaries over five years via the NBA’s stretch provision.
Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers on Wednesday agreed to a contract extension through the end of the 2018-19 season. Terms of the deal were not disclosed for Rivers, who also serves as the team's president of basketball operations. In the wake of the scandal involving former owner Donald Sterling this year, Rivers previously expressed uncertainty about his future with the Clippers. Sterling ...
After all of the drama and uncertainty surrounding Donald Sterling and the future of the Los Angeles Clippers, Steve Ballmer is now officially the owner and the organization can concentrate on basketball. Especially during all of the Sterling mess, president of basketball operations and coach Doc Rivers showed how valuable he is as a leader. The Clippers announced on Wednesday that Rivers will ...
Doc Rivers, the head coach who helped his Los Angeles Clippers players navigate the turbulent waters of the Donald Sterling scandal, will stay with the club through the 2018-19 NBA season. The Clippers announced on Wednesday they had agreed a contract extension with Rivers, who led them to a franchise-best 57-25 record and a second straight Pacific Division title in his first campaign with the ...
Steve Ballmer got his team. Now he’s locked up his coach.
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