Clippers Free Agency Tracker: Live updates of every signing & trade

Check back here for updates on every free agency move the Clippers have made.
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The 2024 NBA free agency period has begun, and plenty of big moves have already been made around the league between Sunday and Monday. For the LA Clippers, the vision of what next season will look like appears much clearer, as the team is set to make the brand new Intuit Dome their home arena.

Paul George's free agency decision was of course the biggest domino set to fall this offseason, and he will now officially be headed to Philadelphia to join Joel Embiid and the 76ers. In getting George off the books, the Clippers created a significant amount of cap space.

So far, they have been using that space to re-sign some of their own free agents, while also making bold plays for other available players. While all this is going on, there are still rumblings that Russell Westbrook could be on his way out of town as well. It is safe to say that this Clippers team will look far different when the 2024-25 season tips off in October.

2024 Clippers free agents:

  • Paul George (player option) - signed with Philadelphia 76ers
  • James Harden - re-signed with Clippers
  • Daniel Theis
  • Russell Westbrook (player option)
  • P.J. Tucker (player option) - opted in
  • Mason Plumlee - signed with Phoenix Suns
  • Brandon Boston Jr. (restricted free agent) - Clippers did not tender qualifying offer
  • Moussa Diabate (restricted free agent)
  • Xavier Moon (restricted free agent)

Clippers free agency tracker:

Below are all the moves LA has made in free agency thus far, along with the details behind each free agency move for rostered Clippers players.

Update: Clippers sign Mo Bamba

The free agent center agreed to a one-year deal with the Clippers.

Update: Kris Dunn signs with Clippers

LA agreed to terms with the former Utah Jazz guard.

Update: Clippers sign Nicolas Batum

Late Monday morning, the Clippers agreed to sign Nic Batum to a two-year, $9.6 million contract. Batum will return to the franchise after being dealt away in the October trade for James Harden.

Update: Paul George signs with 76ers

After a rough playoff showing for the Clippers in 2024, Paul George opted to decline his player option for next season and enter free agency. Philadelphia was the contender most suited to pay him the contract he wanted, which included a fourth year LA was reportedly hesitant on agreeing to. George leaves the Clippers after five years with the team, signing a four-year, $212 million deal with the Sixers.

Update: Clippers land Derrick Jones Jr.

The veteran wing from the Dallas Mavericks put up a stellar year in 2023-24, making him one of the most coveted free agents on the market. The Clippers earned a huge victory in signing him to a three-year, $30 million contract.

Update: Mason Plumlee signs with Suns

Despite being injured for a big portion of last season, Mason Plumlee was extremely productive as a backup center and provided solid production behind Ivica Zubac. Now, he departs Los Angeles as he will be signing a one-year, $3.3 million contract in Phoenix.

Update: Clippers sign Kevin Porter Jr.

After being out of the NBA due to legal issues last season, Kevin Porter Jr. will get another chance in the league after the Clippers officially inked him to a two-year, veteran minimum deal.

Update: James Harden re-signs with Clippers

After being traded to the franchise in October, James Harden officially reached an agreement to return to the Clippers on a new two-year, $70 million deal.