NBA Free agency updates: What’s next for Lakers, Clippers?

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers•Chris Paul leaves Clippers in trade to Rockets•Miller: Lakers out to prove all things are possible again•Alexander: Mock drafts suggest gamble on UCLA’s Ike Anigbogu will pay off •Destiny’s child: Lonzo Ball, Lakers can complete fairy tale in NBA Draft•NBA draft: UCLA’s youth, talent destined for 1st round•Clippers ‘to be active’ in NBA draft despite no picks•Nick Young to decline $5.7M option with Lakers•NBA draft: Lakers find success with non-lottery picks•Lakers’ Draft Preview: Will Los Angeles draft Lonzo Ball at No. 2?•Where and when to watch the NBA Draft live•Why did the Lakers let their neighbor get away with buying that awesome classic car?•Oram: Lakers trading D’Angelo Russell is fitting end to a flawed tenure•2017 NBA Mock Draft: Who goes when, where and why•Lakers trade D’Angelo Russell, Timofey Mozgov to Nets for Brook Lopez, 27th pick•Miller: Jerry West says he’s ‘crazy,’ proves it by joining Clippers•Lakers work out Gonzaga’s Zach Collins in case they trade down in NBA Draft•Whicker: Double-talk from Paul George, who wants to win but also wants to be a Laker•Paul George reportedly plans to join Lakers in 2018•Heisler: Lakers still look fixated on Lonzo Ball, for better and worse Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img The Los Angeles Clippers traded Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets and re-signed Blake Griffin.The Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball and are clearing cap space for 2018. But moves around the league continue at a dizzying pace. Stay here for all the latest news and rumors throughout the 2017 NBA free agency season.Following along on a mobile device? Click here.News and notes:last_img

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