In 2021, the Los Angeles Clippers reached the Western Conference Finals, but star Kawhi Leonard suffered a partially torn ACL during those playoffs.
Therefore, he missed the entire 2021-22 season and Paul George missed 51 regular season games, so the team finished the year as the eighth seed of the Western Conference.
However, they lost their two tournament games to the Minnesota Timberwolves and the New Orleans Pelicans, then missed the NBA playoffs.
They will play their first game of the 2022-23 regular season on October 20 against the Los Angeles Clippers.
With training camp coming up soon, teams across the league continue to add and subtract from their rosters.
On Monday night, Hoops Rumors confirmed that the team had signed Michael Devoe and Lucas Williamson to Annex 10 contracts.
Devoe averaged 17.9 points per game during his senior season with the Yellow Jackets.
ESPN ranked Devoe as a four-star recruit and the 45th best player in the country for the 2018 class.
He wasn’t drafted in last summer’s NBA Draft, but he played with the Clippers during the NBA Summer League.
As for Williamson, he played college basketball at Loyola University Chicago and averaged 13.7 points per game during his final season.
He was also undrafted last summer and played two games for the Clippers during the NBA Summer League.