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The top priority for teams in the NBA draft is to find players who can develop into productive members for their respective organization.
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The NBA rumor mill is swirling fiercely, which is an indication that the offseason is about to get extremely interesting as organizations begin signing and trading some big-name players.
With the Los Angeles Clippers making headlines recently as they try to pick up Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers, a stark contrast is created between the current Clippers willing to spend money, and Donald Sterling's cheap past.
According to several reports, the proposed trade that would have sent Boston coach Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett to the Los Angeles Clippers is dead.
Eric Bledsoe is an extremely talented young player, and the Los Angeles Clippers have to make sure they are not giving him up for nothing.
Despite a report from ESPN's NBA insider Marc Stein that claims a deal is possible, the Los Angeles Clippers would be foolish to trade All-Star power forward Blake Griffin , even if it meant getting Dwight Howard in return.
After it was reported that the trade talks between the Celtics and Clippers had momentarily stalled, it is apparent that Doc Rivers found himself stuck.
As plenty of teams wait to make their pitches in hopes of wooing Dwight Howard away from the Lakers, one option appears to be off the table.
Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard were, but Green, cast aside in Cleveland and even by the Spurs multiple times, was lumped in with 'Any other Spurs player' at 30-1 odds.
The Celtics and Clippers are still discussing the trade that would send Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers to Los Angeles, but the whole deal is predicated on Rivers wanting to coach the Clippers.
There has been speculation that the Orlando Magic and the Los Angeles Clippers are in discussions in a trade involving three players.
The discussion for best point guard in the NBA is currently one of the best discussions in all of sports.
Griffin is the marketable young Clippers dunk artist, a 24-year-old who is seeing team success but is stagnant in production after just three seasons.
Following a first-round loss to the Memphis Grizzlies in the NBA playoffs, Tinseltown's stepchild is facing a crucial offseason.
Armed with ample cap space, a handful of trade assets and an ambition to win that only showed up a couple of years ago, the Los Angeles Clippers have a number of avenues through which they can convince Chris Paul - franchise cornerstone and unrestricted free agent - to sign a new contract with the team.
With head coach George Karl surprisingly fired from the Denver Nuggets only after winning the coach of the year award, and with the Brooklyn Nets shocking hire of Jason Kidd , only days after announcing his retirement from the game as a player, over Karl, would the New York Knicks have any interest? I bring this up because local New York radio ... (more)