The Clippers acquired swingman
Raduljica, set to make $1.5 million next season, could also be waived.
The Clippers surrendered a lottery-protected 2017 first-round pick as part of the trade but are getting back the 2015 second-round pick they had sent Milwaukee last summer to help acquire
Delfino, 31, sat out all of last season after undergoing surgery on his right foot in December to correct a lingering deficiency from a previous procedure on a broken bone. His status for next season remained unclear, though one league source said the 6-foot-6 veteran was expected to play at some point. He has career averages of 8.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists while making 36.5% of his three-pointers in eight seasons.
The 7-1 Raduljica, 26, averaged 3.8 points and 2.3 rebounds last season as a rookie in 48 games after previously playing in Europe.
Dudley, 29, was expected to be a major contributor for the Clippers after being acquired last summer as part of the Redick trade. The team featured him on a banner alongside top players at
Dudley barely played during the Clippers' run to the Western Conference semifinals, averaging 1.3 points and 6.4 minutes in seven playoff games. He posted season averages of 6.9 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 23.4 minutes per game while shooting a career-worst 43.8%.
"I just wanna thank the clippers organization for everything," tweeted Dudley, who has two years and $8.5 million left on his contract, including a player option for $4.25 million in 2015-16. "It was a privilege to play for them..I only wish I could of been 100%.. I wish them nothing but luck."
Dudley's departure leaves the Clippers with