3 more moves the LA Clippers can make to secure an A+ offseason

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2. Signing Ayo Dosunmu as the backup point guard

Although numerous free agents have been signed, the LA Clippers should strongly push to add the former second-round pick, Ayo Dosunmu. This would be one of the best moves of the offseason for LA, as Dosumu is a guard who plays his role extremely well.

Furthermore, the Illinois product has a phenomenal feel for the game with his speed, handle, and finishing abilities. He is also a competitive defender who can knock his shots down on the offensive end. Each of these attributes fits why he would be the perfect backup point guard for the LA Clippers.

Additionally, the LA Clippers could sign him for a team-friendly deal, as Dosunmu would receive the opportunity to compete on a championship roster. He would also be playing next to one of the league’s most significant point guards, Russell Westbrook.

Moreover, his numbers add to why the LA Clippers should show heavy interest. Last season, Dosunmu averaged 8.6 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.6 assists while shooting an exceptional field goal percentage of 49.3. What’s more, he has played in 157 out of 164 possible career games. This should open the Clippers’ eyes, as he has proven to be a reliable option in whatever role he is given.

Conversely, fans may conclude that with Bones Hyland on the roster, adding another guard would make no sense. While this may be true, there were several times last season when Hyland played himself out of the rotation. This could have been because of his defense, shot selection, or offensive IQ. If LA were to sign Dosunmu, there would be competition for the backup guard position, which would only help the Clippers in terms of winning.

That said, the LA Clippers should make a reasonable offer in hopes of signing one of the league’s brightest young combo guards.