According to a report form the Los Angeles Times' Broedrick Turner, the Los Angeles Clippers are set to sign two important pieces for their future as both Jamal Crawford and Chauncey Billups will indeed sign contracts with the Clip Show.
Crawford, an unrestricted free agent who opted out of his $5.2 million contract with the Portland Trail Blazers, has been offered a spot by the Clippers. He is expected to sign a three-year, $15.7 million contract, according to the executives.
Billups, who played in just 20 games last season with the Clippers before suffering a season-ending left Achilles tendon surgery, will sign a one-year deal that could be worth up to $4.3 million if he reaches bonuses, the executives said.
Along with the recent arrival of Lamar Odom, the Clippers are certainly stacking up their talent for next year, looking to make another playoff run after their elongated second-season drought.
Crawford averaged 13.9 points per game last season in Portland, including a 30.9 percentage from three-point land. As for Billups, who played just 20 games for L.A. after a season-ending Achilles injury, averaged 15 points last season. He is hopeful that he can return in December.
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