It’s no secret that the Clippers’ roster is a bit short inside the rotation, and the Angelenos have finally realized it’s a problem that must be solved. As reported by journalist Shams Charania athleticThe franchise is determined to bolster their list of tall men, and in that sense they also seem clear about the one being moved to improve as a team: John Wall.
The point guard’s return to the court after only playing 40 games in the past three seasons has undoubtedly been one of the stories of the course, and the truth is that despite his inactivity, his performance has not been bad. With averages of 11.4 points and 5.2 assists, he has been a guaranteed replacement point guard, but it is clear that his impact is far from his best years and the squad’s urgency is at another position. Therefore, Wall is probably the person who could have the most value in a transfer without leaving another hole in the team, which makes him a candidate to leave.
There are interesting players in the big man market like John Collins or Jakob Poelt, though Charnia suggests that if the Clippers are looking for a replacement for Zubac, they may target slightly lower-profile players like Nerlens Noel. Right now, the only center on the bench is Tyronn Lue’s Moses Brown, who is signed to a dual contract, and though he showed potential in his time at Oklahoma, his role right now is so small that almost any addition would be a boost. rotation will work for.
Overall, this isn’t the Californians’ only problem by any means, but a successful move could help the team grow when injuries stop plaguing their stars. The potential has come to light on more than one occasion, but the irregularities force management to move if they don’t want this Kavi & George project to remain the only one. what if,
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