Offseasons are exciting, unpredictable and full of theatrics. That literally sums up the Los Angeles Clippers’ 2014 offseason, as this summer has been nothing short of a TNT drama.
First, there was a potential sale of the franchise to Steve Ballmer; next a promotion to president of basketball operations for Doc Rivers; then a lawsuit between Donald and Shelly Sterling over control of the team; and, oh yeah, the draft and free agency.
Rivers was able to add two key acquisitions in Spencer Hawes and Jordan Farmar. While the offseason is not complete, especially for the Clippers who have roster spots to fill, their primary resources have been used. Barring a trade, there will be no other major acquisitions. Therefore, it's time to grade the team’s offseason.