The Los Angeles Clippers have managed to retain Kawhi Leonard, but it is likely that he will miss one season due to his ACL injury. While Kawhi Leonard will be out, the team has retained veterans such as Reggie Jackson and Nicolas Batum, and superstar Paul George is still on the roster. Based on those signings, it looks as though the Los Angeles Clippers are looking to run it back once again, with some of the key players that helped the team reach its first-ever Conference Finals.
It looks as though there will be an addition to this core. Adrian Wojnarowski has reported that Justise Winslow has signed a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers. Winslow is a solid forward who has some playmaking skill, and he has shown some promise in his last fully healthy season with the Miami Heat.
The Los Angeles Clippers will give Winslow an opportunity to show what he can do while Kawhi Leonard is out, and talent-wise, Winslow certainly has the potential to be a great contributor. Hopefully, this move pays off for the Los Angeles Clippers. Nicolas Batum and Reggie Jackson both revived their careers with the Los Angeles Clippers, and perhaps Winslow can do the same.