Clippers Rumors: Chauncey Billups Accepts Job as Full-Time TV Analyst

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistAugust 16, 2019

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The Los Angeles Clippers will reportedly have five-time NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups in their broadcast booth for the 2019-20 season. 

Per Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, Billups will work for the Clippers as a television analyst. 

Marchand noted Billups could also call games on ESPN, though that is uncertain at this point. 

The Clippers used a rotating cast of analysts last season after Bruce Bowen's contract was not renewed following criticism of Kawhi Leonard during a radio interview in June 2018. 

Corey Maggette, Hubie Brown, Cheryl Miller, and Bill Walton were among the analysts used on their local broadcasts in 2018-19. 

Billups played two seasons with the Clippers from 2011-13, but he only appeared in 42 games because of injuries. 

Since retiring from the NBA in September 2014, Billups has worked as a studio analyst for ESPN and co-host on NBA Countdown.