The hits keep coming for the Clippers; now two of their top players reportedly are about to become unrestricted free agents. The Clippers didn't make it out of the second round in any of those six seasons, and lost in the first round each of the past two years. Sources said the Clippers regard the threat of San Antonio signing away Paul as a legitimate concern, even though the Spurs, at present, have virtually no salary-cap flexibility.
The Los Angeles Clippers could look much different next season.
Paul in another valuable player to the Los Angeles Clippers, and with both players deciding to move at the same time the organization will need to figure out a way to get better replacements.
If either signs with another team, the most they can earn is $153 or $130 million over four years, respectively.More news: Vargas earns 11th win as Royals top Blue Jays 3-2
Griffin's seven-season career with the Clippers allowed him to have an average of 21.5 points and 9.4 rebounds, with 21.6 scoring and 8.1 rebounds average recorded during the 2016-2017 National Basketball Association season. Griffin averaged 21.6 points and 8.1 rebounds per-game.
Paul, a nine-time All-Star, is would earn about $24 million next season.More news: US secure first win of America's Cup, trail New Zealand 4-1
The NBA's free agency period will begin July 1.
Last summer, the Bulls parted with Joakim Noah and traded former point guard Derrick Rose to the New York Knicks.
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