3:23pm: The deal is official, according to the RealGM Transactions Log.
2:00pm: Jordan Hamilton will get a second 10-day contract from the Clippers, according to Arash Markazi of ESPN.com (via Twitter). Coach Doc Rivers indicated earlier this week that Hamilton would “most likely” get a second deal.
The fourth-year NBA veteran signed his first 10-day pact with the Clips on February 24th. Rivers was targeting players who’ve gone through buyouts around that time, but wound up using Hamilton to fill out one of his empty spots when he came up short on some of the players he was eyeing.
The former 26th overall pick, who’s spent most of his NBA career with the Nuggets, has bounced around quite a bit this season. After some quick stints with the Jazz and Raptors, he initially landed with the affiliate of the Grizzlies after signing with the D-League, but that club traded him to the Kings affiliate in December. His numbers were more impressive since the swap that sent him to the up-tempo Reno Bighorns, as he averaged 18.1 points and 7.6 rebounds in 28.6 minutes per game.
In four games (two starts) for the Clippers, he has averaged 3.3 PPG and 1.5 RPG in 11.5 minutes per contest.