The Clippers faced a potential crisis this summer. They had already agreed to re-sign Austin Rivers to a three-year contract worth more than $35 million, and Jamal Crawford was threatening to leave. Losing the then-36-year-old Crawford would’ve been costly, but it wouldn’t have been devastating. The bigger issue would have been the image: keeping the coach’s son over the reigning Sixth Man of the Year. Clippers president/coach Doc Rivers calmed the brewing storm by giving Crawford a three-year, $42 million deal. But apparently the underlying tension hasn’t completely dissipated. Kevin Ding of Bleacher Report: The in-house resentment toward Austin Rivers being favored as Doc’s son, according to
Wizards PG Brandon Jennings, who the Knicks waived on Feb. 27, discussed why he wasn't a fit and explained what went wrong with the team's offensive strategy during his time in New York.
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