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Clippers guard J.J. Redick slams Doc Rivers' offseason moves

Where the Lakers & Clippers Went Wrong


By JOHN DORN

The Los Angeles Clippers have had a rough offseason, and one of their most important remaining players is letting the world know about it.

After trading away starting forward Matt Barnes, the team lost star center DeAndre Jordan to the Dallas Mavericks. With Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Lance Stephenson and Redick combining for $56 million between the four of them, the Clips are already over the salary cap for this coming season and unable to make any major signings. They don't have any center on the roster after the loss of Jordan.

It's not a favorable situation. So on Bleacher Report Radio with Nicole Zaloumis, Redick took the time to rip his team's moves to shreds.



Before Zaloumis could even finish the question, Redick couldn't wait to grade LA's offseason an emphatic F. The guard detailed just how important Jordan was to the team on both ends of the court.

They're clearly in a tough spot, and Doc Rivers will need to do some maneuvering to keep the team competing for a title next year. Because with the West getting even stronger, the pressure will be on Los Angeles simply to make the playoffs, with the roster as it's currently constructed.

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