Pistons make blockbuster trade to Clippers

Posted January 31, 2018

But things aren't attractive because they last, so let's revisit the time Griffin's Clippers put away the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7.

Griffin, Willie Reed and Brice Johnson will go to Detroit in exchange for Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley, Boban Marjanovic, Detroit's first-round draft pick in 2018 and a second-round pick in 2019. The team is now one game over.500 and in the ninth position out west.

However, as of last night, a blockbuster trade was made sending Griffen straight to the Detroit Pistons.

The former Sooner has been one of the biggest stars in the National Basketball Association over the past few years.

Griffin's career has been beset by injuries. The former All-Star power forward has stayed relatively healthy this season, and the Clippers were able to capitalize on his status by trading him for more reasonable contracts.

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The Los Angeles Clippers organization are confident that they will be able to land LeBron James this coming off-season. Depending on their next move, the Clippers could free or keep $49.2 million in salary on the books.

Harris is on the third year of a 4-year, $64 million contract, and is making $16 million this season. He is averaging 15.0 points per game and is in the previous year of his deal that pays him $8.8 million. Can we increase our ability to add young emerging talent and draft picks? "Maybe it wouldn't have been workable; the Lakers already traded their 2018 first-round pick", Lowe wrote in a report published late Monday. It becomes unprotected in 2021 if the Clippers have not received the selection.

The Clippers (25-24) are in the thick of the Western Conference playoff race, now in 9th place, a game behind the Nuggets, but apparently are looking to rid themselves of the their best player anyway.

The Pistons will retain the first-round pick if it's in the top four in any of the next three drafts. Is there an impending deal for Jordan and Williams?

This comes as a surprise for Clippers fans, many of whom were certain that a DeAndre Jordan trade was far more likely.