DECEMBER 1: The Clippers have officially signed Bowman, the team announced today in a press release.
NOVEMBER 25: The Clippers have reached an agreement with guard Ky Bowman, allowing him to compete for a roster spot in training camp next month, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link).
It figures to be a minimum-salary contract, as Andrew Greif of The Los Angeles Times tweets. It also doesn’t sound like it’ll be fully guaranteed.
Bowman spent last season with the Warriors after going undrafted out of Boston College, averaging 7.4 points, 2.9 assists and 22.6 minutes in 45 games, including 12 starts.
Bowman had his two-way contract converted into a multiyear standard deal in February, but only the 2019/20 salary was guaranteed. As a result, Golden State was able to waive him last week without being on the hook for any additional money.
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Even better than the crosstown Lakers? Inconceivable.
Still better than HOU!
You would think the clippers would trade for D Rose… They have no intention of to address their need at point guard. When Kawhi & PG leave they will once again be a joke!
And this cupboard will be completely barren with no capital to replenish whatsoever-
West and Balhmer are pretty smart tho, I think they’ll at least get something in a S&T albeit a tier below a superstar