Source: Clippers sign Ekpe Udoh

Marc J. Spears
FILe - This is a Sept. 30, 2013 file photo showing Milwaukee Bucks' Ekpe Udoh posed during the team's media day in St. Francis, Wis. The NBA free agent who most recently played for the Bucks treated members of his burgeoning book club to a screening of the movie "The Fault in Our Stars." It was the first in-person meeting for a group that had only met through Twitter. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, File)

The Los Angeles Clippers have signed free agent forward-center Ekpe Udoh to a one-year deal paying $1 million, a league source told Yahoo Sports.

Udoh averaged 3.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and one block with the Milwaukee Bucks last season. The Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls and Sacramento Kings also expressed interest in Udoh, but the source said he was attracted to playing for Clippers coach Doc Rivers in a winning organization and on a team with a defensive mentality.

Along with Udoh, the Clippers also signed forward-center Spencer Hawes and re-signed forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis to play behind All-Star Blake Griffin and center DeAndre Jordan.

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