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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Clippers Add Depth

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We’re basically getting to the bottom of the barrel when it comes to free agents now. Let’s round up some of the new signings from the past week.

Austin Rivers – 2 years, $6.4 million with Clippers

Rivers hasn’t been a very good player in his short NBA career, but he made some contributions in the postseason and got a nice new deal from his Dad.

Cole Aldrich – 2 years with Clippers

Aldrich brings some much-needed big man depth behind Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.

Amar’e Stoudemire – 1 year, veteran’s minimum with Heat

Stoudemire recently had one of the worst contracts in the NBA, but he still has value at the minimum.

Jordan Hill – Terms still being worked out with Pacers

The Pacers desperately needed some help in the frontcourt, and Hill is a solid player who should slide right into the starting lineup.

Luis Scola – 1 year, $3 million with Raptors

Scola joins a Raptors squad that’s done some serious revamping this offseason.

Drew Gooden – 1 year, $3.3 million with Wizards

The veteran found his niche as a stretch 4 with the Wizards last season.

Alan Anderson – 1 year, 4 million with Wizards

Anderson enjoyed a really strong showing in the playoffs and will provide some punch off the bench in Washington.

Mirza Teletovic – 1 year, $5.5 million with Suns

The Suns quickly scooped up the 29-year-old after the Nets rescinded his qualifying offer.

Jason Smith – 1 year, $4.3 million with Magic

Smith and Kyle O’Quinn basically did a switcheroo.

Wayne Ellington – 1 year, $1.5 million with Nets

The Nets added a cheap shooter in Ellington, who’s a career 38.2 percent shooter from long range.

Justin Holiday – 2 years, veteran’s minimum with Hawks

The Hawks like snagging the Warriors’ end-of-bench guards. First Kent Bazemore and now Holiday.

Charlie Villanueva – 1 year, veteran’s minimum with Mavericks

Villanueva shot well from three in limited minutes this past season.

Wesley Johnson – 1 year, veteran’s minimum with Clippers

Johnson changes teams but his home building remains the same.

Alonzo Gee Р2 years, $2.75 mill with Pelicans 

Gee has bounced around the last few years and didn’t play much for Portland in last year’s playoffs.

Ronnie Price – 1 year, veteran’s minimum with Suns

Price has never been all that effective in the NBA, but he somehow keeps getting contracts.

Luke Babbitt – 2 years, $2.5 million with Pelicans

While it was in limited minutes, Babbitt actually shot 51.3 percent from three last season.

Sonny Weems – 2 years, $5.8 million with Suns

Weems hasn’t played in the NBA since 2011, but he’s been killing it over in Europe.

Raul Neto – 3 years, $2.8 million with Jazz

The Brazilian point guard will add some depth in Utah.

Joel Anthony – 2 years, $5 million with Pistons

This is an interesting deal to say the least.

Marcus Thornton – 1 year veteran’s minimum with Rockets

Thornton adds more shooting to a team that loves to shoot threes.

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