STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
Last year was an all-time season for the Clippers organization, winning 40 games and posting a .606 winning percentage, the best in franchise history. Much of that success had to do with the arrival of Chris Paul, but there were other factors involved. General manager Neil Olshey went out and signed Caron Butler to a three-year contract. He picked up Chauncey Billups after the Knicks amnestied him to make room for Tyson Chandler. He re-signed DeAndre Jordan to a $42 million contract and traded for Nick Young midseason. Last year’s Clipper team had a lot of new pieces and this year is no different. Olshey has moved to Portland and Gary Sacks has taken over at general manager. Young, Mo Williams, Randy Foye, and Reggie Evans are gone. And with that, Sacks went out and acquired seven new players to the LA roster including Ryan Hollins, Ronny Turiaf, Matt Barnes, Grant Hill, Lamar Odom, Jamal Crawford, and Willie Green. With that new nucleus, LA does get You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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