Clippers Make Offer To Moses Brown

The Clippers have extended an offer to free agent center Moses Brown, Kelly Iko of The Athletic tweets.

Brown entered the market as an unrestricted free agent after the Cavaliers didn’t issue him a qualifying offer worth a little over $2MM.

Brown has bounced around the league since debuting in 2019, appearing in games for Portland, Oklahoma City, Dallas, and Cleveland. He has averaged 6.0 PPG and 5.8 RPG in 14.1 MPG through 92 career appearances.

The Clippers are thin at the center spot beyond starter Ivica Zubac. They lost free agent Isaiah Hartenstein to the Knicks.

The Clippers have an opening on their 15-man roster and both of their two-way slots open, though second-rounder Moussa Diabate is expected to fill one of them.

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