Chris Paul is cognizant of the difficulties the Clippers have endured over the years trying to solidify the small-forward position.
“It’s been a revolving door,” Paul said.
And essentially the same vortex will swirl around three players who hope they can secure the starting small-forward spot this season.
Luc Mbah a Moute, the incumbent at small forward who re-signed this summer; Wesley Johnson, the backup who also re-signed, and Alan Anderson, the newcomer, are all competing for the job. But none of them has heard much from Clippers Coach Doc Rivers about who will get the big minutes at that position.
“I came here last season and I wasn’t supposed to...