Paul George thinks Clippers are set at trade deadline
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly looking to make at least one significant move before Thursday’s trade deadline, but Paul George does not believe they have to.
George told reporters after the Clippers’ win over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday that he believes his team’s locker room is “in a good place.” He also said he hopes the roster remains the same down the stretch.
Clippers’ Paul George on the upcoming trade deadline: “Fortunately for us, I haven’t heard of anybody on the hot seat. I think this locker room is in a good place. We hope this is the roster down the stretch that we keep.” pic.twitter.com/0bMhNsdRHF
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Even after a massive offseason that saw them acquire George and Kawhi Leonard, the Clippers are still exploring ways to improve. They are 35-15 and have the second-best record in the Western Conference, but there have been questions about how their frontcourt will match up against that of the Lakers in a seven-game series.
While the Clippers will be fine if they don’t make any big moves, there have been indications that they are expected to acquire a wing or a big. Maurice Harkless is one player who could be moved if they make a deal.
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