|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Pacific Division||104.5 (3rd)||100.2 (1st)|
Wed Apr 6
|W 91 - 81||at LAL|
Fri Apr 8
|W 102 - 99||at UTA|
Sun Apr 10
|W 98 - 91||DAL|
Tue Apr 12
|W 110 - 84||MEM|
Wed Apr 13
|L 114 - 105||at PHO|
Sun Apr 17
|W 115 - 95||POR|
Wed Apr 20
|W 102 - 81||POR|
Sat Apr 23
|L 96 - 88||at POR|
Mon Apr 25
|L 98 - 84||at POR|
Wed Apr 27
|L 108 - 98||POR|
Fri Apr 29
|L 106 - 103||at POR|
Pierce has been mulling over his options since the start of the offseason and was recently reported as leaning towards coming back, so this news comes as little surprise. However, Pierce averaged career-lows of 6.1 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.0 assist over just 18 minutes per game this past year and likely won't see a much larger role heading into his age 38 season, meaning he should remain heavily restricted in his fantasy potential.
Stone recorded 10.4 points and 5.6 rebounds per contest over five Orlando Summer League games.
The Clippers' second round draft pick was team's third leading scorer throughout the summer. Many criticized Stone's decision to leave Maryland after one season, but it appears he may have just done enough to earn a spot on Doc Rivers' roster heading into the 2016-17 campaign. Stone shot an impressive 52.3 percent from the floor while converting on 85.7 percent of his free-throws.
Michineau will suit up for Hyeres-Toulon Var Basket of the French Pro National Basketball League A during the 2016-17 season, Sportando reports.
After re-signing Jamal Crawford and Austin Rivers this offseason and adding Raymond Felton to their stable of backcourt reserves, the Clippers didn't have room to bring Michineau in on a guaranteed contract. The organization will instead monitor Michineau, the 39th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, abroad for the next year, or perhaps even longer. Michineau, 22, took part in summer league play with the Clippers earlier this month, averaging 8.2 points, 4.2 assists and 1.2 rebounds over 27.2 minutes per game. He did, however, turn the ball over 4.2 times per game and shot an ugly 28.8 percent from the floor while missing all seven of his three-point attempts over the five-game slate.
With the signing of Bass, the Clippers continue to boost their frontcourt depth after drafting Brice Johnson, re-signing Luc Mbah a Moute and picking up Marreese Speights off the free agent market. However, with the newly-acquired depth, it could put Bass in timeshare, which would hurt his overall fantasy value. Bass averaged just over 20 minutes with the Lakers this past season -- his lowest over the last five seasons -- but will likely find even more competition on a playoff caliber Clippers' team.
Bolch cites a person close to Pierce as his source, suggesting the 38-year-old future Hall of Famer may be interested in making at least one more run at an NBA title. Pierce regressed to career-worst levels across the board in his first season with the Clippers, averaging merely 6.1 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.1 three-pointers and 1.0 assist across 18.1 minutes per game. The Clippers haven't done much yet this offseason to address their lack of depth at either forward spot, so Pierce could be in line to hold down a rotation gig in 2016-17. He'd likely split minutes with Luc Mbah a Moute and Wesley Johnson, however, limiting the fantasy value of all three players.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Chris Paul , PG||19.5|
|RPG||DeAndre Jordan , C||13.8|
|APG||Chris Paul , PG||10|
|FG%||DeAndre Jordan , C||70.3|
|FT%||Jamal Crawford , SG||90.4|
|3P%||J.J. Redick , SG||47.5|
|BLOCKS||DeAndre Jordan , C||177|
|STEALS||Chris Paul , PG||152|
|MPG||DeAndre Jordan , C||33.7|
|Full Team Statistics|