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Paul Pierce To Retire After 16-17 Season
Paul Pierce averaged only 6.1 points and 2.7 rebounds per game last season.
Clippers Would Have Signed Kevin Garnett, Interested In Giving Him Post-Playing Role
Doc Rivers would have had interest in the Clippers signing Kevin Garnett had he decided to continue his playing career with a team other than the Wolves.
Clippers Agree To Camp Deal With Xavier Munford
Xavier Munford averaged 5.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 17.4 minutes over 14 games with the Grizzlies last season.
Clippers Nearing Deal To Retain Streaming Rights
Under the current terms, only current Prime Ticket customers would be allowed to stream the games.
Doc Rivers: DeAndre Jordan 'Seems Himself Now As A Star'
Doc Rivers hopes the Olympic experience of DeAndre Jordan improves his game with the Clippers this season.
Clippers Hire Monte Mathis As Scout
Monte Mathis has previously been an assistant coach with the Mavericks and Magic and will now report to Lawrence Frank.
Paul Pierce Still Undecided About Playing In 16-17
Paul Pierce has two seasons and $7 million remaining on his contract with the Clippers.
Paul Hewitt Hired By Clippers As Scout
Paul Hewitt was previously head coach at Georgia Tech and George Mason.
Blake Griffin: I Didn't Deserve Summer Break
Blake Griffin didn't take much time off this summer as he looks to bounce back from an injury-plagued season.
RealGM Radio: Pacific Division With Kevin Pelton, Ben Golliver
Host Danny Leroux, Kevin Pelton of ESPN Insider and Ben Golliver of Sports Illustrated break down the Pacific Division including an offseason review and regular season preview.

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2016 NBA Offseason Review: Pacific Division

by Keith P Smith

While the Warriors improved a 73-win team by signing Kevin Durant and the Clippers largely preserved the status quo, the Lakers, Suns and Kings are trying to accelerate their rebuilds.

Thirty Futures: Los Angeles Clippers

by Colin McGowan

Something happens to teams that inhabit a narrow strata of very goodness for too long. For the Clippers, it's being reminded each postseason that they are upper-middle class, not rich.

Grading The Deal: Kevin Durant Leaves Oklahoma City For The Warriors

by Christopher Reina

Signing Kevin Durant with an existing team so young and talented that just won a record-breaking 73 regular season games is an NBA miracle. Durant's legacy will now be playing within the greatest offense in the history of basketball and however many titles they win.

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