LA Clippers: Full roster of players heading into training camp

Paul George, LA Clippers. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Paul George, LA Clippers. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports /

Training camp starts tomorrow for our LA Clippers, and our training camp roster is looking great.

The Clippers head in a little banged up, with our franchise player in Kawhi Leonard out (although he’s listed on the training camp roster), and Serge Ibaka set to be limited.

Regardless, it’s nice knowing how great our roster looks, and taking a peak at the new players to go along with a Western Conference Finals team last season.

Breaking down the full training camp roster shows how competitive the LA Clippers will be next year.

Headlining training camp for the LA Clippers is the starting five, which will be arguably the best in the Western Conference when healthy:

PG: Reggie Jackson

SG: Paul George

SF: Kawhi Leonard

PF: Marcus Morris Sr.

C: Serge Ibaka

There are 20 players on the training camp roster, and that second team we’re going to roster next year looks special as well.

PG: Eric Bledsoe

SG: Terance Mann

SF: Justise Winslow

SF/PF: Nicolas Batum

C: Ivica Zubac

Once we get past that first half of the roster, the depth actually shows even further. This is where we really prove how talented our roster is. Our third, developmental group has a lot of potential, including a nice veteran scorer in Luke Kennard.

PG: Jason Preston

SG: Luke Kennard

SG/SF: Keon Johnson

SF: Brandon Boston Jr.

C: Harry Giles

All three of our draft picks are with that group, and I’m very interested to see how they do and develop this season. All three have great potential, and have ceilings that I know Ty Lue will help them reach. Players 16-20 don’t have as much potential, but they’re still absolutely worth looking at and working with.

PG/SG: Jay Scrubb

SG: Amir Coffey

SF: George King

PF: Moses Wright

C: Isaiah Hartenstein

Not all of these guys will make the opening day roster, but they’re all at least worth G-League looks, and deserve to be brought in to work on their games and give us some depth to develop our bigger names with.

This roster is really growing on me. It’s similar to last year’s, with high-upside draft picks added, along with some well-fitting role players being brought in to help bolster our team.

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This training camp is going to be important, and is the first step in making moves towards that 2021-2022 NBA Championship.