The Clippers have some holes to fill.
They lost associate head coach
And the Clippers have three players who plan to opt out of their contracts — reserve forwards
Gentry agreed to a three-year deal that will pay him over $800,000 per season to join the staff of newly-hired Golden State Coach
Gentry also interviewed for the head-coaching job with the
Last season Gentry was credited with improving the Clippers' offense, as they averaged a league-best 107.9 points per game.
With Gentry leaving, and with Clippers assistant coach Kevin Eastman becoming the team's vice president of basketball operations, Coach
Meanwhile, Granger has informed the Clippers that he doesn't plan on opting in on his 2014-15 contract that would have paid him $1.36 million.
One official said Granger likes the "winning culture" the Clippers now have under Rivers, and that's why Granger would like to return to the team if financial terms can be agreed upon after the free-agency period begins on June 30 at 9 p.m. PDT.
Davis will opt out of his contract that would have paid him $1.4 million next season.
Collison is opting out of a deal that would have paid him $1.985 million next season.