It's almost become a story of good vs. evil.
A cruel tyrant (Donald Sterling) has ruled the innocent citizens of Clipper Nation for 30 years, denying his people happiness with miserly financial policies and turning his dominion into the laughingstock of the NBA.
The Los Angeles Clippers are the most inept franchise in league history, having only seen the postseason six times, and most people believe they will never find success until Sterling is deposed.
However, out of darkness comes light... or something like that. Clipper Nation finally has a knight in shining armor who may just be able to rescue his brethren and make their dictator turn benevolent.
Blake Griffin symbolizes hope for a better future. But he can't do it alone. He has found a trusty sidekick in Eric Gordon, but they need to build an army.
Although the Clips have had many issues over the years, the position of small forward has forever been a weak spot. The recent signings of Rasual Butler and Ryan Gomes did not quite work out.
Maybe this offseason they can finally get it right. There is a solid crop of SFs hitting the market, and the Clippers should be able to score at least one.
Here's a list of the guys they should target, from least to most desirable.