The Los Angeles Clippers aren't major players in NBA free agency this year for good reason. They have all the key elements necessary to make a deep playoff run already in place. Superstars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul have shown they have what it takes to lead the team through the Western Conference. Though they fell just short, they proved themselves capable of playing with anyone.
But even they need help.
Though the Clips don't need much in order to build on what was their best regular season in franchise history, they are looking at several options as free agency began on July 1.
Where will they spend their limited dollars with only mid-level and trade exceptions available? Let's take a look at the possible scenarios, beginning with the least likely.