Los Angeles Clippers: Grading Every Player’s 2017-2018 Performance

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 15: Montrezl Harrell
LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 15: Montrezl Harrell /
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LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 02: Lou Williams
LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 02: Lou Williams /

With the Los Angeles Clippers’ season coming to a close, we looked back and assessed every player that donned their threads this year.

It’s been a tumultuous season for the Los Angeles Clippers, a team that endured injury after injury and used a league-high 36 different starting lineups because losing Chris Paul in the offseason wasn’t enough of a sacrifice to please the Basketball Gods.

After starting the season 4-0, Los Angeles would win just one of its next 12 games, losing Patrick Beverley and Danilo Gallinari along the way.

Not a single one of their players will be active for all 82 games, either. Even DeAndre Jordan, the Clippers’ own Ironman, missed a few games due to injury.

It’s unclear who will be returning for next year’s campaign and who won’t, but for now, lets focus on how each player performed (when they were physically able) this season. No incomplete grades will be assessed, simply because there would be too many. Instead, we’ll mainly be focusing on what they accomplished when they were active on the court. Expectations and overall improvement will also play large factors.

Let’s dive in.