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2019 Schedule
42-40, 2nd in Pacific
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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3dAdrian 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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14dLindsay 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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26dKevin 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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29dAdrian Wojnarowski and Chris Haynes

Sources: Raptors, Spurs finalizing Kawhi trade

The Raptors are finalizing a deal to acquire Spurs All-NBA forward Kawhi Leonard in a trade package that includes All-Star DeMar DeRozan, league sources told ESPN.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The signing of Luc Mbah a Moute now has the Clippers with 14 guaranteed contracts and 3 players, Milos Teodosic, Patrick Beverley and CJ Williams that are partially/non-guaranteed. The $6.3M ($2.1M guaranteed) Teodosic contract becomes guaranteed if the guard is not waived by July 15. Los Angeles now has $118M in salary, $5.7M below the tax with restricted free agent Montrezl Harrell unsigned. The Clippers are also $11.8M below the hard cap.

Why wouldn't Kawhi want to play with LeBron? (1:37)
Beadle: Kawhi is coming off as an 'obnoxious diva' (1:48)
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Sources: Scott reaches 1-year deal with Clippers

Free-agent forward Mike Scott, who played last season with the Wizards, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Clippers, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

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46dTim MacMahon

Source: Mavs, Jordan agree to 1-year, $24.1M deal

DeAndre Jordan has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Mavericks worth close to the $24.1 million player option he declined to exercise with the Clippers, league sources confirmed to ESPN.

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

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