Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Pacific Division109.0 (2nd)109.0 (3rd)
Western Conference6th12th


Sun Mar 25
W 117 - 106@TOR
Tue Mar 27
W 105 - 98MIL
Wed Mar 28
W 111 - 99@PHO
Fri Mar 30
L 96 - 105@POR
Sun Apr 1
L 104 - 111IND
Tue Apr 3
W 113 - 110SA
Thu Apr 5
L 95 - 117@UTA
Sat Apr 7
L 115 - 134DEN
Mon Apr 9
L 100 - 113NO
Wed Apr 11
L 100 - 115LAL


Golden St.34-1858-24
L.A. Clippers24-2842-40
L.A. Lakers19-3335-47
Clippers' Wesley Johnson: Bounce-back season
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Johnson tallied 5.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 0.8 assists over 74 games with the Clippers during the 2017-18 NBA season.

Johnson was able to bounce back from his awful 2016-17 campaign by scoring almost three more points per game and shooting 40.8 percent from the floor in 2017-18. Given his production though, the former Syracuse star is set to make a hefty price of about $6 million during the final year of his contract.

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Clippers' Tyrone Wallace: Superb contributor during rookie season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wallace played in 30 games withe the Clippers in 2017-18 and averaged 9.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game.

Wallace fluctuated between the G League and the NBA at times this year but when he was able to see minutes with the Clippers, he contributed superbly. The California product scored in double figures in 15 total games during his rookie season with a career high 22 points coming at Golden State on Jan. 10. Wallace made a great case to land a contract next season, as his two-way contract with the Clippers expired after this year.

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Clippers' C.J. Williams: Moderate contributor off bench
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Williams tallied 5.5 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists across 38 games played with the Clippers in 2017-18.

Williams was a moderate contributor off the bench for Coach Rivers and the Clippers during his rookie season as he mostly scored in single digits all season long. On Jan. 2 against Memphis though, the North Carolina State product erupted for 18 points in what was his best game of his career by far. Williams may be looking for a new team next season, as his two-way contract with the Clippers expired this year.

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Clippers' Sam Dekker: Non-factor all season
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Dekker saw action in 73 games during the 2017-18 NBA season with the Clippers and averaged 4.2 points, 2.4 rebounds and 0.5 assists per game.

Dekker averaged just about 12 minutes over the 73 games he played this season and was really not much of a factor off the bench, as he only scored in double figures in eight contests all year long. The former Wisconsin star is about to make around $2.8 million next season and is signed through the 2019-20 season.

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Clippers' Avery Bradley: Enjoys fine season
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Bradley averaged 14.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists across 46 games played with the Pistons and the Clippers during the 2017-18 NBA season.

Bradley underwent season-ending surgery to repair muscles in his abdominal region in March and was therefore unable to help the Clippers make a run to the playoffs. Most of Bradley's stats were identical to last season, although his field-goal and three-point percentage tailed off somewhat. The Texas Longhorn will be a free agent when free agency opens this summer.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGLou Williams, SG22.6
RPGDeAndre Jordan, C15.2
APGLou Williams, SG5.3
FG%DeAndre Jordan, C64.5
FT%Lou Williams, SG88
3P%Tobias Harris, SF41.1
BLOCKSDeAndre Jordan, C70
STEALSLou Williams, SG85
MPGAustin Rivers, PG33.7

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