Breaking down the Clippers' offseason moves
Offseason MovesThe Clippers' offseason went way beyond active; they ended up swapping out most of the roster once Brand opted out of his contract and set a chain reaction of events in motion.
The list below, exhaustive as it may be, doesn't include two other offseason moves that ended up being non-moves. The Clippers signed Jason Williams to be their backup point guard on a deal for the veteran's minimum and looked set at that spot, only to have him suddenly retire just before training camp. The Clips also signed Golden State's Kelenna Azubuike to a three-year, $9 million offer sheet, but the Warriors matched it.
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