One Free Agent at each position that the Clippers should consider

HOUSTON, TX - MARCH 15: Clint Capela
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The Clippers have enough point guards as is. Patrick Beverley, who was acquired in June, is a very solid PG. His defense is among the best in the league, and he has a knock-down 3 point shot.

Milos Teodosic is our pass-first point guard fresh out of Serbia. His first season has been plagued with injuries, but he can be a valuable piece once he gets fully acclimated to the NBA.

Jawun Evans is another rookie guard. He had a decent (albeit injured) initial season. While it is very LAC like to give up on rookies early, I think we ought to keep him around.

Austin Rivers and Avery Bradley can both also play the PG position, but they have most minutes in recent seasons at the SG position.

Tyrone Wallace, the 60th pick of the 2016 NBA draft is another guy playing the combo-guard position for LAC. True fanatics of the team know how good this guy is. Unfortunately, the Clippers still haven’t made progress on a contract with Wallace.

If the Clippers were still looking for another guy to bring the ball down the floor, Shabazz Napier from the Trailblazers is a good candidate. He hasn’t done much in his career, playing for LeBron’s Heat, the Magic, and now Portland. This is somewhat of a breakout season for him, even though it was mediocre at best. He double his career ppg by putting up 8.2 this season and 1 more rebound and assist than last year. He’s no star, but he could be interesting in LA. (Note to front office: If you plan on adding another PG, let it be Collin Sexton. Other than that, we’re good).