Los Angeles Clippers: How Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon Can Win Titles Together

Austin BrinesContributor IIJune 26, 2011

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As a Clipper fan, winning a championship is probably the last thing on your mind, not to mention winning multiple! However, the Clipper's faithful finally have something to look forward to in the future.

Even Donald Sterling might not be able to stop this dynamic duo from becoming a winning team.

Eric Gordon is already a legitimate No. 1 scoring option and a great defender. Griffin is a highlight reel, a studly offensive performer and an improving defender. This duo will likely be the core of the Clippers for years to come.

In this article, I will show the steps that must be taken for the Clip's to finally win a title, if not more.

Root for the Timberwolves to fail

 If the T-Wolves give the Clippers a top-five pick next season, the Clippers will be able to select an elite SF such as Harrison Barnes or Perry Jones. Next year's draft is extremely deep and a top-five pick will do wonders for this roster.


Keep Chris Kaman and Deandre Jordan unless Granger becomes avaliable

 Having the best big men depth in the league is a huge strength. Keeping Kaman as a scoring sixth man is a great option unless the price for granger comes down.


Let Kaman and Williams walk after next season

 By letting these two expensive veterans go, the Clippers will free up a huge amount of cap space in the 2012 offseason. this leads me to the next step.


Sign Deron Williams or Chris Paul to be the point guard of the future in 2012

 You might say this is impossible, however, what point guard wouldn't want to play with a lineup of Gordon, Barnes, Griffin, Jordan, with Aminu, Bledsoe, Foye and a couple other free agents off the bench.

A big three of Paul,Gordon, and Griffin with that supporting cast would be able to compete for championships for many years to come. If all of these steps can be completed successfully, the Clippers can easily win multiple championships.

Let me know what you think. Can this happen? Share your idea on what the Clippers should do in the comment section.