The Clippers have reduced their roster by one, releasing DaJuan Summers, according to Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times (via Twitter). Summers, signed back in April for the rest of the 2012/13 season, had a non-guaranteed minimum salary for '13/14, so the Clips won't take a cap hit for the move.
Summers, 25, appeared in just a pair of contests for Los Angeles last season. He has previously spent time with the Pistons and Pelicans, averaging 3.3 PPG in 83 career games. The timing of the move seems a little unusual, since the Clippers confirmed today in a press release that Summers would be on their Summer League squad, and his contract wasn't scheduled to become guaranteed until January.
In any case, Summers will become an unrestricted free agent, assuming he clears waivers.