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3 Small Forward Options for the Los Angeles Clippers
Despite being up and coming stars, Griffin and Gordon need help at the three

Stud shooting guard. Check.

Amazing power forward. Check.

Veteran point guard. Check.

Depth at center. Check.

Good fit at small forward. Missing.

It is no secret that the Clippers have among the league's best young nuclei, and that isn't with just Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon. DeAndre Jordan is considered by many to be one of the best up and coming centers with potential to be a great defender.

Eric Bledsoe, acquired on draft night, had some amazing games starting for the injured Baron Davis or for Maurice Williams after the trade. Al-Farouq Aminu, the Clippers top selection, is oozing with potential but is still a huge question mark.

Now, the Clippers are a team built for the future, but the biggest part of building a championship contender is to get a team that knows how to win, and no better time to start than now. With many trade pieces (Chris Kaman, Jordan, the Minnesota Timberwolves unprotected 2012 first round draft pick, Aminu, Bledsoe), cap space and the possibility of the new collective bargaining agreement (which needs to be agreed upon already!) having an amnesty cut, the Clippers have their options available.


Let's look at the three players I believe would be the best fit for the Clippers at the three spot.

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