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DISCLAIMER: This took me 6 hours to write. It's gonna be a really long post so strap in. Go grab a snack (or a drink). As a Clippers fan, I'm going to give the franchise some tough love.


THIS FIRST SEASON WITH LEONARD AND GEORGE WAS A FAILURE. And it may significantly hurt our chances at re-signing Leonard and George in 2021. Unless we win the championship next season, or at the very least make the Finals, I would put the chances at re-signing both of these star wing players very low.
THE WESTERN CONFERENCE IS GOING TO BE TOUGHER NEXT SEASON. Now, I can't predict trades or anything of the sort, but it's not an unpopular opinion that the West was fairly weak this season. Going into the playoffs, the bottom teams were...
  1. The Portland Trailblazers - After being injured throughout the entire season and finally being healthy for the first time right before the playoffs. They expected everything to be smooth sailing (sound familiar?) and they were candidates to upset the Lakers until their star Damian Lillard got hurt and CJ McCollum had to play through a back injury.
  2. The Dallas Mavericks - Being led by Luka Doncic in only his second year in the NBA with a Kristaps Porzingis who's been battling injury all throughout the regular season. They also had some other notable losses in Jalen Brunson (injury), Dwight Powell (injury), and Willie Cauley-Stein (dropout of restart). If they had played, our series against them may have gone to 7.
  3. The Utah Jazz - A seemingly fractured relationship between their star players along with a huge injury blow to their 20+ points per game scorer Bojan Bogdanovic. Everyone expected the Jazz to implode upon their entering of the Bubble. Instead they shocked everyone and came out to a commanding lead against the 3 seeded Nuggets, until... Well, you know.
  4. The Oklahoma City Thunder - A 5 seed being led by our boys Chris Paul and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. This team managed to shock everyone, even their own fans, by making the playoffs this season. They even managed to take the Houston Rockets to 7 games.
Those were the lower seeded teams. All of whom (except maybe OKC) I expect to come back and contend for their same playoff spot or even higher. We also can't forget, next season Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will make their returns to the Golden State Warriors and who knows who else will join them if they decide to trade their pick.
THE CLIPPERS CURSE IS NOT REAL. We're not cursed, we just sucked. Looking back there was so much about this season that was just unsustainable. We had two huge rotational pieces in Marcus Morris and Reggie Jackson come into the team mid-season, when the original team had less than 48 minutes played together fully healthy. Jackson came in shooting lights out while Morris couldn't find the light switch. Paul George played 48 games this season, Kawhi Leonard played 57. Even though we didn't play the regular 82 games, those numbers are just way too low especially for a team that was just put together and has to develop chemistry.
THE CLIPPERS DIDN'T CARE ENOUGH TO STAY IN SHAPE AFTER THE SEASON GOT SUSPENDED. While LeBron James was organizing 1-on-1 individual workouts with players even with the likes of Jared Dudley, we didn't hear or see anything about what our team was doing. It even became a running joke that Kawhi was just "recharging" and that's why we didn't hear from him. These guys went back to living their normal lives during the pandemic which, to a point, I understand. But, while you and I stayed and worked from home or risked getting the virus to provide for our families, these players who make substantially more than we do (like Khris Middleton) openly admitted to not even picking up a basketball during the postponement and where are they now? They couldn't even buy one of those hoops you get from Target to throw up shots before dinner.
THEY ALL WANTED TO LEAVE FOR A REASON. If you guys remember there was this report saying that the Clippers were for cancelling the rest of the season. Of course, the Lakers were also behind this, especially LeBron James, but no one is going to remember them being involved in this especially if they win the NBA title this season. Although this is complete speculation, it's hard not to believe that some of our roster wanted to leave because they knew this season wasn't going to work out for us and that they were not physically prepared for the restart.
HARRELL AND WILLIAMS DIDN'T WANNA BE THERE. Harrell had just lost his grandmother and Lou his grandfather and both of them seemed incredibly out of rhythm and out of focus during every single game since their respective returns. I can't imagine either of these guys had playing basketball at the top of their list of priorities.
GUYS WERE OUT OF SHAPE. Remember Kawhi in the first 3 warm-up games? The media overreacted saying things like "How will a Kawhi Leonard averaging 8 points per game help lead the Clippers to the Finals?" Well, they were sorta right. If you told me that during the entire postponement of the NBA that no one on the Clippers picked up a basketball I wouldn't even be surprised. Guys were rusty. Like really really rusty. And I'm not even saying it as an excuse for them, I'm saying this to place a little blame on them. As Patrick Beverley once said to Jared Dudley on Twitter, basketball is a full-time full-year sport you have to stay ready and in shape 24/7, 365.
EVERYONE GAVE UP. I saw it, you saw it, the world saw it. Once the Clippers got down 7 at the end of the 3rd quarter their body language completely shifted. They accepted defeat when the game was still well within reach. I could tell by the looks on their faces that they were just following whatever defensive schemes that were drawn up even though they knew it wouldn't work. In the 3rd they finally decided to double Jokic, but, by cheating off Murray, we left him wide-open essentially helping him score his series high 40 points against us. We're supposed to be hounds, that night we were three-legged chihuahuas.
WE'VE LOST THE 18-19 CLIPPERS HEART. There's a different feeling when you're the underdog because expectations are low and if you go even slightly above them you feel great. Just ask the Phoenix Suns or the Miami Heat this season. We took the Kevin Durant led Warriors to 6 games as an 8th seed and even though we lost, we were incredible. Now, we just closed out our first season as title contenders with incredible disappointment. Unable to make it to even the NBA's 2nd highest stage. There WILL be a point next season when this team is unrecognizable from the 18-19 roster. We have to accept that.


WE'RE IN A TOUGH SPOT. No 1st round draft picks. Little assets of value outside of the top 2 guys. So that leaves us with very little options, but I'm still gonna try to find some stuff we can do.
KAWHI LEONARD NEEDS TO START REHABBING LIKE... YESTERDAY. There were more games where Kawhi looked a step slow than there were games where he looked to be playing up to his namesake. He needs to start doing rehab and getting some cartilage shots in his knee to help him get back to form. This off-season will be a short one with the league expected to restart during Christmas and still play a grueling 82 games. We shouldn't expect Leonard to not load manage at all, but we should try our best to keep it to a minimum.
PAUL GEORGE NEEDS TO GO TO A SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST. I don't want to be that guy to diagnose other people with mental barriers, but you have to assume that George does have some form of "stage fright," right? When the games matter the most he tends to shrink under the pressure. This happened last season when he was a member of the Thunder in a game 7 against the Jazz. I know a trend when I see one and George, as our 2nd option, cannot fold in those high pressure environments especially if we hope to win a championship with these two.
DOC RIVERS NEEDS TO BE FIRED. Yeah, it's easy to blame the coach for blowing a 3-1 lead, but Rivers now owns 23% of all blown 3-1 leads in the NBA's entire history. That kind of reputation shouldn't be welcome on any championship level team. Not to mention, Rivers was thoroughly out-coached in both series we played this season and refused to make major adjustments. His biggest adjustment in a game 7 in the semi-finals was to play another guy more minutes (Reggie Jackson) instead of tightening the rotation down to 7 maybe 8 guys. Obviously, we shouldn't fire him unless we can for sure get an upgrade at that position AND someone who has a plan of how to properly utilize our roster to its highest potential.


Our roster is looking pretty thin going into this off-season with only 9 of our 15 guys assured to return (3 of whom played less than 200 total minutes this season). So, to put it bluntly, we have 6 key guys on the books for next season: Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Lou Williams, Patrick Beverley, Ivica Zubac and Landry Shamet. Only one of those players is over 6'9" that being Zubac.
While the game has been leaning toward undersized 4s (Jayson Tatum, Robert Covington, etc.) and the 4s who are over 6'10" (i.e. Anthony Davis, Giannis Antetokounmpo, etc.) eventually playing center in the playoffs we somehow managed to be even more undersized than that.
With Harrell playing a bulk of the minutes at center, that leaves us with someone who is 6'7" guarding guys like Jokic, Adams, Gobert, Embiid, Porzingis, etc. in crunch time which is anything but ideal. Yes, he has the strength to do it, but not the size to contest any center with a half decent passing game or mid-range/three-point shot. Another factor that plays into us being so small, is our other 6th man of the year, Lou Williams.
When our 2nd unit (Jackson-Williams-Shamet-Green-Harrell) was in, we were smaller than the Houston Rockets! We essentially had 3 guards coming off our bench this season: Reggie Jackson, Lou Williams, and Landry Shamet. Since all 3 of these guys were good enough to play minutes, they played the positions they were listed in: the 1, the 2, and the 3. This would be okay if Shamet or Reggie had some kind of defensive element to their game, but they don't. Not at this stage in their careers. We wondered why we continually lost leads when this version of our bench came into the game and it's because the defensive pressure became a lot less intense and our length all went to sit and rest. Even when one of George or Leonard stayed in with that unit, the rest of the lineup were such huge defensive liabilities that it cancelled out anything our two stars did. That cannot and should not happen next season.


Free Agents:
  1. C Montrezl Harrell
  2. PF Marcus Morris
  3. PG Reggie Jackson
  4. PF JaMychal Green (Player Option)
  5. PF Patrick Patterson
  6. C Joakim Noah (Non-Guaranteed)
Taking into account what we talked about in the last section, it's pretty obvious what we should do, but the question is can we feasibly get all these things done in a single off-season? I'll be highlighting what we should do with each of our free agents.
MONTREZL HARRELL ($43.5M/3YR). Lets start by addressing the elephant in the room. In recent years, the most successful teams with undersized centers have had elite three-point shooting. We don't have that and aren't close to that level, so there is no reason for us to have a center like Harrell. He should go to a team that has that. Now, losing him for nothing is not ideal so we should try to get whatever we can for him, no matter how little it may be. That's why I'm recommending we sign-and-trade C Montrezl Harrell. This'll be a bit hard, since his value went down in the bubble he won't be expecting his projected $20M+ per season this off-season, I have one lucky team getting him for $14M per season.
As some of you may know, sign-and-trades can only be done with the attached player (so for example we can't attach McGruder to a Harrell trade to match salaries). Here is the trade I have in mind:
Los Angeles Clippers Portland Trailblazers
Rodney Hood [$6M/1YR] Montrezl Harrell [$43.5M/3YR]
2020 2nd Round Pick
2021 1st Round Pick [Top 10 Protected]
Now, hear me out. Obviously this trade makes sense for the Portland Trailblazers. Whiteside was a proven liability on both ends in the playoffs and now you get a guy with a motor that can play behind Jusuf Nurkic when need be and he is also insurance in case Nurkic, Collins, etc. were to get hurt again. The Blazers also have Lillard and McCollum on deck through at least 2025 and their 3-point shooting isn't going anywhere especially with the sudden emergence of Gary Trent Jr.. They'd provide great spacing for Harrell and could make excellent use of his inside presence.
Why do we do this? Well you're probably wondering why we're taking Hood in return when we have guys like Lou and Shamet already locked into the roster. That should give you a hint of what'll be in the next section... Firstly, we only do this is it is proven that Hood is 100% healthy. But the reasoning here is that we get an actual SF to backup Kawhi Leonard and Paul George who shot 49.3% from 3 this season before his injury. Yeah, the return isn't great, but we do get a serviceable role player who's contract expires at the same time as Leonard and George's (preparing for the worst) as well as renewing our anemic draft pick stockpile.
Another slightly less realistic trade would be...
Los Angeles Clippers Detroit Pistons
Derrick Rose [$7.6M/1YR] Montrezl Harrell [$43.5M/3YR]
2021 2nd Round Pick [via LAL]
The only reason I say this is less realistic is because the Pistons don't really have a need for a win-now guy like Harrell, but if they lose out on Christian Wood and/or draft a guard in the draft like Killian Hayes, then they'll appreciate a guy like Harrell especially since Detroit isn't exactly a free agent hot-spot. Harrell also isn't old, he's only 26 years old. We also know how much Dwayne Casey loves his bench guys. Rose averaged 5.6 assists last season coming off the bench with the Pistons and would be an immediate remedy to our playmaking issues, but I personally don't think this trade happens.
MARCUS MORRIS ($16M/1+1 PO YR). Okay, so... I know the Clippers are generally disliked no matter what we do, but you have to admit that the hate is better when it's unwarranted vs when they actually have a reason... and Morris kinda gives them a reason. Although, I expect him to return more humbled and ready to play than ever. So I say, re-sign Marcus Morris. He won't be cheap, but if he sees the potential of this team and front office I think he takes the deal. The player option allows him to leave if George and Leonard do in 2021.
REGGIE JACKSON ($4M/1YR). I think Reggie takes this deal is because of what happened this post-season. The dude got a game-winning shot hit over him and then got benched for being a defensive liability. Not that I necessarily want him back, but I think he returns purely based on the fact that he is friends with Paul George. He also would be good in the almost inevitable event Patrick Beverley or other guard gets injured and has to miss 10-15 straight games.
JAMYCHAL GREEN (OPTS IN, $5M/1YR). I see no reason Green doesn't opt in unless he feels really out of place here or he thinks he can make bank somewhere else. The free agency market this off-season will be full of 4s and 5s and the postponement may negatively affect the cap space for every team. So much so that guys such as Aron Baynes, Tristan Thompson, and Derrick Favors will be signing longer deals, but only for a little bit more than Green makes right now and, talent wise, Green isn't up to their level.
PATRICK PATTERSON ($0M/0YR). I think it's time we let Patterson walk. He barely plays for us and those comments he made about hating the restart of the season along with critiquing the rescheduling of the LAL/LAC game after Kobe Bryant's death got us a lot of hate for a dude who just doesn't play minutes to be worth the trouble or reputation. He also lost his title of "The Davis Stopper." Goodbye, Patterson. It's been fun.
JOAKIM NOAH ($1.7M/1YR). We guarantee his deal. The man did great in his previous season with the Memphis Grizzlies for the amount of minutes he played and is just a great energy guy to have around.


Urgent Needs:
  1. Forward depth. Duh.
  2. Play-making guard who's capable on defense. From Parker to Lowry, Leonard has always had a half-decent defensive guard who can move the ball around. Leonard had the ball in his hand way too much this season with little distribution help. He was our leading assist getter in the playoffs.
  3. Defensive-minded center with size, length and durability. If you're over 6'10 with a decent wingspan and can play more than 30mpg please come on down.
  4. A new coach with championship, or even conference-winning, experience.
After the aforementioned signings/trades, we won't have a lot of cap space to work with and this is what our roster would look like:
P. Beverley P. George K. Leonard M. Morris I. Zubac
R. Jackson L. Williams R. Hood J. Green J. Noah
T. Mann R. McGruder L. Shamet M. Kabengele
14 of our 15 roster spots have been filled, but I don't plan on all of these guys staying (*DUN DUN DUN*). These are the free agents I think we should target during this off-season:
SERGE IBAKA [OFFER OUR MLE: $8.9M/1YR]. Okay, so this one isn't exactly "realistic" just because of the price that Ibaka will demand and after the run that Raptors had in the post-season he may want to remain loyal to the franchise. However, if Kawhi Leonard still has any connections to him, he may be able to convince Ibaka to take a short term deal in exchange for being our starting center as opposed to playing 22 minutes per game off the bench for the Raptors. Yes, I know. We have Zubac, but Ibaka is more experienced and will give the starting lineup the ability to play a 5-out offense which is very necessary in today's NBA. Not to mention his athleticism and defense would be very welcome.
ARON BAYNES [OFFER: $11.0M/1+1YR]. Okay, so this one isn't exactly "realistic" either, but we should try to at least get a meeting with him and pitch him the role of the 3-point, floor spacing, starting center. While Baynes isn't exactly notable for his defense at age 33, his floor spacing alone should give reason for him to start over Zubac. Especially when you see that our bench unit is already full of capable 3-point shooters.
ANDRE ROBERSON [OFFER: $5M/2YR]. I think we have the ability to be one of the best defensive teams in the NBA. With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George on the same team that goal should be well within reach, but when one sits we suddenly put immense pressure on George or Leonard to pick up the defensive slack for Jackson, Williams, Shamet, etc. It's too much. With Hood on the court at SG alongside one of George or Leonard at PF, Roberson would come in at SF to provide some defensive burden relief. I know he's not great offensively, but we have a lot of offense as is.
JAMES ENNIS [OFFER $6.0M/2YR]. Pretty much the same reasoning as Roberson, except Ennis is a bit more adept at scoring than Roberson.
I'm not gonna lie to you... that's about it for our free agent targets. Everyone else is either really unrealistic, wouldn't fit with our current style of play, or play positions that we already have in spades. Not to mention, a lot of the free agents right now are from teams that are exceeding expectations like the Miami Heat and Denver Nuggets so they'll either re-sign with the teams they're on or seek a payday that we can't give them.
If we get the free agents we can realistically sign this is what our depth chart would look like:
P. Beverley P. George K. Leonard M. Morris S. Ibaka/A. Baynes
R. Jackson R. Hood A. Roberson/J. Ennis J. Green I. Zubac
T. Mann L. Williams L. Shamet J. Noah
R. McGruder M. Kabengele
16 out of 15 spots are taken. For now...


Here's the sweet part. Probably what everyone who's made it this far has been waiting for: The trades. Now, like I said in the beginning, we don't have many desirable assets apart from George and Leonard and there's no way we give up on those two already, so we're left to look at everyone else. As you can see from the most recent table we have a bit of a log jam at the PG, SG and SF spots so that's where we'll be looking to clear people out of first.
Los Angeles Clippers Golden State Warriors
Rodney McGruder 2022 2nd Round Pick [via TOR]
Yeah, nothing too exciting to start off. Here both the Warriors and the Clippers benefit. The Clippers get rid of McGruder's $5M/1YR contract and the Warriors, who are even more cash strapped than us, get a player they can actually give minutes to in the regular season as a backup guard given the fact that Jordan Poole and other rookie/undrafted/minimum contract guys they tested last season didn't exactly pan out.
[DISCLAIMER: This trade only happens under very specific circumstances that I will explain below. If those circumstances are not met, there's almost no way this happens.]
Los Angeles Clippers Indiana Pacers
Malcolm Brogdon Patrick Beverley
Lou Williams
Now, before you roast me, hear me out. The only way this happens is if during Indiana's coaching job search they land somebody who likes running a deeper bench. If they hire someone like D'Antoni who likes playing 7-9 guys during the regular season and then 6-7 guys during the playoffs this will not happen. It also depends on how much stock the Pacers' front office put into their sweep to Miami sans Domantas Sabonis, and Victor Oladipo's looming free agency.
If they believe they have a shot of re-signing Oladipo and he has expressed interest in staying and winning with the team this is a move they can make. Malcolm Brogdon averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 7 assists for the Pacers last season in 30mpg and shooting 32% from 3. While those numbers are impressive, the eye-popping number is his games played this season which was 54. For context, there were 73 regular season games. He played less games than Ben Simmons (57) who had to have season-ending surgery before the playoffs even began.
Availability is the best ability and with guys who are prone to miss games like Sabonis (11 missed), Lamb (27 missed), Oladipo (54 missed), etc. having other skillful bodies could help them in the 82 game long run and allow Oladipo and Lamb to occasionally rest coming off surgeries and Sabonis coming off rehab. Their only player who didn't miss a single game was Justin Holiday who is a free agent expected to get multiple nice offers this off-season.
In the last game of the post-season, Indiana lost 87-99 to the Miami Heat. In that game, 3 starters combined to score 68 points. Their bench? Scored 3 points. The lights proved too bright for rookie Aaron Holiday and McMillan seemingly refused to play TJ McConnell in that series because of his lack of defense and offensive inconsistency. They needed a scoring boost off the bench and Lou Williams provides just that. The acquisition of Patrick Beverley over Malcolm Brogdon allows Oladipo to become the primary ball handler again. Beverley would also take on defensive guard assignments Oladipo may not be ready for coming off his surgery.
The Pacers were 26th in total 3-point attempts this season. While some of that has to do with McMillan's coaching, it also largely has to do with their personnel. Two of their top three scorers in TJ Warren and Domantas Sabonis operate almost exclusively inside the arc or in the paint and are less effective when you move them outside of their respective zones. Brogdon also prefers to shoot mid-range shots and drive to the basket over settling for threes. By replacing Brogdon, a 32.6% 3-point shooter on 4.3 3PA per game, with Patrick Beverley, a 38.8% 3-point shooter on 4.0 3PA per game, and Lou Williams, a 35.2% 3-point shooter on 4.8 3PA per game, they'd presumably open up the inside for TJ Warren and Domantas Sabonis.
The Clippers in this case get a 6'6" PG who is very capable on switches and averaged 7 assists per game with a defensive rating nearly equaling that of Chris Paul's this season. His ball handling will really enhance the games of both Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Sure, he may miss more games than Beverley or Lou would have, but with Reggie Jackson as our backup, we can probably afford to rest him here and there. A decent risk comes with this trade. Brogdon may be perpetually injured and continue to regress quickly and his availability, athleticism, and defensive prowess all take large hits in the process, but if he can stay healthy and return to his Milwaukee Bucks form, we could have one of the smartest point guards in the league commanding our offense.
[DISCLAIMER: This trade would only happen if trade #2 didn't. If #3 happens, #2 won't.]
Los Angeles Clippers New Orleans Pelicans
Lonzo Ball Lou Williams
The reasoning is sorta the same here as it is for the Brogdon trade. There have been rumors circulating that Ball has grown disinterested with the Pelicans and that he's expected to request a trade this upcoming off-season. During the last 8 regular season games, Ball averaged 8.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 6.8 assists in 30.5 minutes played. He shot 32.5% from 3, but 34.5% from the field and came up short whenever his team needed him the most.
If he does outwardly request a trade that, following his poor performance in the bubble and considering his expiring deal will allow him to be acquired for cheap. A Lonzo Ball for Lou Williams deal may make sense in this case. The acquisition of Lou Williams would really boost New Orleans' bench output and if they use their 13th overall pick on the guard they are expected to draft, Cole Anthony, they will have an immediate replacement for Ball. It would give them a starting lineup of Jrue Holiday, JJ Redick, Brandon Ingram, Zion Williamson, and whichever center they choose to sign in free agency. That would give them a bench unit of Cole Anthony, Josh Hart, Lou Williams, Nicolo Melli, and Jaxson Hayes. Pretty lethal shooting and play-making to surround Zion Williamson with.
Unlike the former trade, we would not give up Patrick Beverley which would make Reggie Jackson more of a 3rd string point guard like he was in the playoffs. Unless Ball and Beverley play some minutes together which I probably wouldn't recommend. So if we do somehow acquire Lonzo Ball and retain Patrick Beverley, we probably should not re-sign Reggie Jackson.
Acquiring Lonzo Ball would be huge for us. He would really push the pace of this team and get Leonard and George incredibly open looks. Ball's passing was a big reason why Zion Williamson looked like a superstar last season. Pair that passing guard with a superstar like Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, and he'll make them the best duo in the league. Not to mention his defensive rating this season was just 0.02 worse than Brogdon.
[DISCLAIMER: If this trade were to happen, the aforementioned ones wouldn't.]
Los Angeles Clippers Houston Rockets
Russell Westbrook Lou Williams
Patrick Beverley
Rodney McGruder
I'll be the first to say it, I'm not a huge fan of this trade. Russell Westbrook, coming off two seasons of averaging a triple double, paired up with James Harden in Houston and his game took a significant dip. Not to mention he missed a lot more games due to injury this season. Now, to be fair, between the two of them Harden would certainly command the more usage as he is the better player which would, in turn, negatively impact Westbrook's production.
However, Houston specifically constructed their roster to fit Westbrook and Harden's games. They traded away their C Clint Capela for SF/PF Robert Covington before the trade deadline in order to open up the driving lanes for Westbrook. Even though they adjusted for him, he was no where to be seen during their playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers unless it included running head first into the paint and subsequently turning the ball over. Essentially being outplayed by Rajon Rondo coming off the Laker bench.
The perspective of Westbrook's game has severely shifted in the last two seasons, as it is now universally expected for guards to be knockdown 3-point shooters which Westbrook is incapable of doing at this stage of his career. Even his ball-handling has taken a bit of a step back this season (although that only may be because he was no longer the primary ball-handler in Houston's offense). However, his level of distribution is something we desperately need to open the game for Paul George and Kawhi Leonard. As long as Doc Rivers, or whichever coach we have next season, doesn't leave Westbrook standing on the perimeter he could probably preform better than he did in Houston.
We could theoretically have a point guard that owns the paint, a small forward who owns the mid-range, and a shooting guard who's usually money from three. As long as Westbrook knows and accepts his role and isn't trying to chuck 3-pointers and mid-range turnaround bank shots in crunch time he could be the best 3rd option in the league. Not to mention, before Kawhi Leonard signed with us, Westbrook and George were nearly traded to Toronto in an effort to keep Leonard up north. That was before we stepped in with a better offer for just Paul George. So if we're worried about having a foundation to keep Leonard after 2021 this could do it.
In this case, Beverley and Williams return to Houston after a quick layover in LA. Already familiar with the system and how to play with Harden, this would be a quick fit together and an opportunity for them to get off the contract of Westbrook if they believe he is going to regress and become a negative asset. If Houston believes we are underselling them on Westbrook they may ask for Shamet or Green to be included in the deal in place of McGruder. Either way, Houston gets to surround Harden with more efficient 3-point shooters and, with the recent firing of their head coach Mike D'Antoni, they could scrap the small ball method altogether and sign one of the many available mid-tier centers in this free agency.


M. Brogdon/L. Ball [6'6"]/R. Westbrook [6'4"] P. George [6'9"] K. Leonard [6'7"] M. Morris [6'9"] S. Ibaka/A. Baynes [7'0"]
R. Jackson [6'0"] L. Shamet [6'4"] R. Hood [6'8"] J. Green [6'9"] I. Zubac [7'1"]
T. Mann [6'6"] A. Roberson/J. Ennis [6'7"] J. Noah [6'11"]
M. Kabengele [6'9"]
Obviously this is only 14 of an available 15 roster spots, so I believe the last one will be used to elevate one of our two-way guys. Perhaps Amir Coffey to fill in that 3rd string SF spot.
Yeah it looks a bit shakier than our roster did last season. There's no Williams or Harrell to shoulder the whole load of the bench scoring for us, but maybe that's for the better. When we have 2 options off the bench who can score 20 points per game any given night, that takes way too much offensive pressure off Paul George and Kawhi Leonard. Watching the Clippers play, sometimes I had the feeling that George and Leonard began to slack and start to think "Eh, Lou and Trez are about to come in, they'll score for us for sure." And vice versa, occasionally it felt like if Lou and Trez started stinking it up during their first bench run, they started thinking "Well, George and Leonard are the stars of this team they'll get us back into this." I want Kawhi and Paul to bring it offensively and defensively every single night they play and not sit back and score 11 points and 14 points cause Trez and Lou combined for 53.
I want Kawhi Leonard to average 29 ppg 8 rpg, 2bpg and 2spg next season. I want Paul George to average 28 ppg, 2 spg and shoot 45% from 3. Brogdon and Morris can split the 3rd overall scoring role and, along with Ibaka, can be our defensive help. I want Brogdon to come in and average 14 ppg with 9 apg. I want Morris and Hood to come in and help take defensive pressure off Kawhi and George by taking tough assignments every night. I want Reggie and Shamet to provide just a bit of scoring and 3-point shooting off the bench. I want the Zu and Ibaka duo to be an opposing center's worst headache. When we need to go small, I want JMyke to be as aggressive as ever and eat the boards alive and hit every open three he can. This roster restructure would be a huge improvement.


Even though we lost in one of the most horrid ways imaginable, the season has come to an end. We can turn the page. We look at the Lakers where LeBron James will have to likely play until the end of October and then pick it right back up again at the end of December to play a full 82 games at age 36. We talk about his age a lot, but eventually it will catch up to him. LeBron James is used to 5 months between the Finals and opening day, but now there will only likely be 2-2.5 months with the startup expected for Christmas Day. Davis also played over 85% of total regular season games for only the third time in his eight-year career which is something I don't expect to happen consistently given how injury prone he is. The Lakers over-preformed.
This season will serve as a lesson. After all the talk and media hype about how we should be the favorites, almost no one will pick us to win the whole thing next season especially with Curry and Durant coming back next season. We will be underdogs once again. We will have that chip on our shoulder and, if the roster changes I've recommended come to pass, we will have our defensive identity back.
We took the regular season for granted and the results absolutely kicked our asses. We had almost no chemistry heading into the post-season. We had a total of 11 games played together when fully healthy and that really showed. We ended up with the 2nd seed playing the league's #1 offense in the first round in a series that went to 6 without some of their best role players and then having to face the best center in the NBA and 3-point sniper in the 2nd round. Ideally we should have faced the Portland team that played as many games healthy as we did and then followed it up by playing a Houston team that our defensive dynamic duo and Harrell would've eaten alive.
In the end, another season is in the books and unlike last off-season, we won't have the "will they? won't they?" stress that came along with who was going to sign Kawhi Leonard. We got our main guys. Now we just have to put the right pieces around them. We have one of the best front offices with the GOAT Jerry West commanding the ship and the richest owner in the NBA in Steve Ballmer who should surely be more than willing to dip into the luxury tax to improve the roster. Lets look ahead to 2021, Clipper Nation!
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Every Upcoming MCU Movie (2020 onwards)

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With Fox now owned by Disney and Sony trying to attach its Spidey flicks to Disney’s MCU, the entire ecosystem of comic book superhero movies is now down to two studios (Warner Bros. and Disney) and two franchises (DC Films and the MCU). Between Marvel Studios, Sony, and Fox, there's a lot of Marvel movies on the way. In this post, we have compiled a list of every single film you can expect over the coming years from these three studios based on characters from Marvel Comics.
2020 is the first time in more than a decade without a single Marvel Studios film in release. Though the year was meant to usher in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the effects of a real worldwide pandemic halted the company’s momentum as release dates had to be postponed to deal with theater closures, safety concerns, and production shutdowns.
But all pandemics end (right?!), and though completely delayed, Phase 4 will still begin in theaters with Black Widow. And once it finally makes its way to theaters, Marvel’s domination of box office charts will no doubt resume. Anyway, bring on the movies!
SONY’S MORBIUS (March 18, 2021)
Sony's Morbius, the Living Vampire movie has finished filming and will release in March 2021. Jared Leto plays Michael Morbius, a doctor who tries to cure himself of a rare blood disease but instead imbues himself with vampire-like traits, including a lust for human blood. Morbius is directed by Daniel Espinosa and will also star Matt Smith. Initially slated for July 31 of this past summer, this flick was supposed to further connect the, “Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters” into Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
What we know about the movie: It was in, "Spider-Man issue #102," that Marvel Comics fans had the chance to learn the backstory behind the character. Born and raised in Greece, Dr. Michael Morbius was originally a Nobel Prize-winning biologist who had been motivated in his work by a lifetime of suffering from a rare blood disease that resulted in him having a deformed appearance. His desire to cure himself unfortunately led him to perform experiments on himself, and doing so transformed him into a Living Vampire: a being technically still alive, but with an intense aversion to sunlight and a never-ceasing desire to consume blood. Morbius was definitely a villain when he was first introduced and served as an antagonist primarily for Spider-Man. But over the years, his role has changed, and he has become more of an antihero in the comics.
Release Date: May 7, 2021
This prequel, set between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, is intended to give the late Natasha Romanoff a swan song and potentially introduce Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova (Nat’s sister) as a “new” Black Widow.
What We Know: First revealed in January of 2018 with Jac Schaeffer writing the script, the film became Marvel’s fastest-track project ever with Lore’s Cate Shortland signing on to direct in July of 2018. Set after Captain America: Civil War, the plot sees Natasha Romanoff (Johansson) returning to the former Soviet Bloc to deal with some unresolved issues and face her spy “family”. What we know for sure is that, the film will serve as a passing of the baton from Natasha to Yelena, and a “last hurrah” for Johansson, who will leave the MCU after the project.
How It Fits in the MCU: Flashbacks to Nat’s training in Avengers: Age of Ultron tie back to ideas explored in the short-lived Marvel television series Marvel’s Agent Carter in which a Soviet-trained deep cover agent is assigned to eliminate Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell). Investigating the operative, Peggy discovers the brutal facility charged with creating these sleeper agents using methods teased in the Ultron flashbacks. Both Nat and Yelena came out of this program, known by their time as the Red Room, and it sounds like Yelena will continue the Black Widow journey once Natasha leaves the MCU.
Venom 2 will see writer Kelly Marcel returning to pen the script. Venom 2 is headed to theaters in summer 2021, and will see the proper introduction of popular villain Carnage aka Cletus Kassidy and is also rumored to have Shriek.
What we know so far: Originally scheduled for October 2, 2020, Andy Serkis will direct the second Tom Hardy-as-Eddie Brock action comedy fantasy. Venom: There Will Be Carnage is in an odd conundrum, as it was a huge hit partially because of its willingness to embrace its “badness” and relish its absurdity. Woody Harrelson as Carnage and Naomi Harris as Shriek are excellent added-value elements.
Release Date: July 9, 2021
Promising to bring hardcore martial arts action into the MCU, this movie is a priority for Marvel in Phase 4. Shang Chi will be directed by Destin Daniel Cretton and hit theaters in spring 2021. Simu Liu stars as the MCU's first Asian superhero, while Tony Leung has been cast as The Mandarin.
What We Know: In the comics, Shang-Chi was the son of legendary literary villain Fu Manchu. Learning the truth about his dad’s business, he used his martial arts prowess against his father and any other Marvel baddie ready to battle with his mighty hands. At Comic-Con, Marvel announced the full title, the release date – replacing our guess of a Black Panther sequel.
How It Fits in the MCU: Seeded in Iron Man, but never carried out to fruition as the Infinity Saga took shape, the Ten Rings is a crime league embedded across the world, but owing allegiance to no country. The group gives Shang-Chi a nice international opponent with an established MCU footprint. Also, the 10 rings the Mandarin wears have cosmic origins which may play into the larger Phase Four story. And, we’ll be honest, we hope he uses them to conjure up legendary Marvel Comics creature Fin Fang Foom.
Release Date: November 5, 2021
In early 2021, Marvel Studios introduces The Eternals to the MCU, in a film that sees Chloe Zhao in the director's chair. It'll also presumably become the launch pad for a more cosmic MCU in Phase 4 and beyond. The film will indeed take place after the events of Avengers: Endgame and might feature Marvel’s first out-and-proud LGBTQIA superhero. As for the movie itself, it concerns an immortal alien race created by the Celestials who have lived on Earth for 7,000 years and who have to reunite to do battle with their evil counterparts, the Deviants.
What We Know: In April of 2018, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed a film based on the Eternals comic book and concept was in development. Based on characters and situations imagined by Jack Kirby, the Eternals are a race of fantastically powerful proto-humans engineered by the Celestials to harness vast amounts of “cosmic energy.” The film will center on an Eternal named Sersi (Gemma Chan) with the powers of flight, strength, immortality, and molecular manipulation.
How It Fits in the MCU: Because the Eternals and the Celestials are old and powerful — the Celestials are some of the oldest creatures in the universe — they run into just about everyone. When the Kree happened to learn about the Eternals, they tried duplicating the Celestial experiment and created Inhumans on Earth. In Marvel’s 616 universe, Thanos is himself related to the Eternals thanks to their colonization of Titan in the distant past. Meanwhile, the Celestials have already appeared in passing during both Guardians films. In the first film, one appears in a hologram during The Collector’s explanation of the Power Stone. And in the second film, Peter Quill’s father Ego self-identified as a Celestial.
Release Date: December 17, 2021
It doesn't have a title yet, but now that Disney's brief spat with Sony is over, Spider-Man is confirmed to receive a third MCU solo film in fall 2021. Kraven the Hunter has been heavily rumored to be the villain this time out, but it'll be interesting to see what the ramifications of Spider-Man: Far From Home's wild post-credits scene end up being. We got word a few days ago that Jamie Foxx’s Electro from Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange himself will be popping up in this movie. Regardless, little is known, other than that the title will again feature the word “home,” about this follow-up to Spider-Man: Far from Home.
What We Know: After a tense 2019 summer in which, it seemed, Spider-Man would blip out of the MCU again to face off against Venom (Tom Hardy), Sony Pictures and the Walt Disney Studios agreed to produce a third film with Tom Holland as Spider-Man. Considering the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we expect the film to be called “Spider-Man: Homesick or Homeless” and see the web-slinger clearing his name while evading those who would bring him in — including whichever Avengers might be active at that time.
How It Fits in the MCU: Nick Fury has big plans for Peter, but will he be able to set everything in motion before Sony calls him back to their Spider-Verse? Considering the film will slot into Phase Four, one imagines it will push forward the overall storyline even as Peter clears his name. But with one additional appearance guaranteed after the third film, maybe the first Phase Five film will revolve around his multi-versal instability.
Release Date: February 11, 2022
With Thor: Love and Thunder, the Asgardian warrior becomes the first MCU hero to get a fourth solo movie. While it's still unknown what exactly Thor will be doing, Love and Thunder will mark the return of Natalie Portman's Jane Foster to the MCU. Jane will become a female version of Thor, while new Asgardian king Valkyrie will be on the hunt for her queen.
What We Know: Shortly before Comic-Con 2019, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi signed on to return for a fourth installment in the God of Thunder franchise. Chris Hemsworth will return as the wandering Odinson, but not as Thor. In a surprise move, Marvel revealed Natalie Portman is returning to the series as the new Mighty Thor. As 2020 began, Christian Bale emerged as a potential new member of the cast. The script is still being written, but the film’s release has been delayed to February of 2022.
How It Fits in the MCU: Since Loki will be the star of his own Disney+ limited series before the film’s release, events in that series will probably determine the character’s more villainous tendencies should he appear in Love and Thunder. Also, as the film will predate Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, you can expect Rocket (Bradley Cooper) to offer a tearful goodbye as Odinson leaves the group to deal with his loss of name and status.
Release Date: March 25, 2022
Doctor Strange's second solo adventure won't see him entirely alone, as Scarlet Witch will play a large role in the story, the bulk of which is still being kept under wraps. Whatever complications arise from the events of Disney’s WandaVision, which was supposed to lead into this MCU sequel, will have to wait for a while or discreetly inserted into the likes of Spider-Man 3 or Thor 4.
What We Know: Benedict Cumberbatch returns as the Sorcerer Supreme with Elizabeth Olsen joining him as the Scarlet Witch. Sam Raimi’s bonafides as a horror director suggest the film may still have some scares, but the script is being reworked. The film, which is still a ways from beginning production, is now set for release in March 2022 following multiple changes to Marvel Studios’ schedule.
How It Fits in the MCU: The film will also follow-up on ideas explored in WandaVision, Loki and Spider-man 3; making it one of the most important Phase Four films.
Now, besides some announced projects, we have a few guesses as to which projects may fill some of the release slots as declared by Marvel Studios.
Release Date: May 6, 2022
As usual, story details are scarce this far out from its spring 2022 release. We have no idea what Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther II will be like. Will Marvel recast and continue the story of T’Challa? Will they acknowledge Chadwick Boseman’s passing from cancer and have another character, like Shuri, become the ruler of Wakanda? M’Baku may challenge her claim or some outside force may try to upset the balance of power in Wakanda. Will it take place before the events of Infinity War or after the events of Endgame? Disney needs Black Panther II.
How It Fits in the MCU: If Marvel ever feels comfortable broaching the topic, the change in Wakandan leadership could have far reaching effects, particularly as the embassies T’Challa envisioned were presumably built in his absence after Infinity War.
Release Date: July 8, 2022
As usual for Marvel, almost nothing is known about Captain Marvel 2's plot or characters this far out from release, but it will reportedly take place in the present day. Again, will the second Brie Larson sci-fi fantasy take place sometime between the events of Captain Marvel (which was set in 1995) and the events of Avengers: Infinity War (set in 2018)? How will WandaVision’s introduction of Teyonah Paris as the grown-up daughter of Maria Rambeu affect who does what in the second Captain Marvel movie? We’ll know when we know.
What We Think Might Happen: Brie Larson will return as Carol with Parris presumably appearing as Monica, and considering how vital they were to the first film, you can probably expect Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn to return as Fury and Talos.
How It Fits in the MCU: Considering the continued cosmic emphasis post-Endgame, it is entirely possible Captain Marvel 2 will follow-up on ideas from Guardians of the Galaxy and Eternals. But as the Captain Marvel story spans decades, the possibilities are endless. Also, we think Carol will be quite interested in Fury’s armada.
Sony’s Spider-Verse 2 (October 7, 2022)
In addition to developing the story, it took several years to create the animation style that's seen in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which released in December 2018 and quickly became one of the most beloved superhero movies ever released. Shortly before Into the Spider-Verse hit theaters, Sony Pictures confirmed plans to produce a sequel. While story details are scarce, Into the Spider-Verse set up two sequels that allow for Miles Morales' story to branch off in multiple directions. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 has officially webbed up a 2022 release date, and will include the addition of Japanese Spider-Man.
2022 & 2023 Unassigned MCU Release Dates
Marvel Studios has currently booked one unassigned MCU release date for 2022, and four for 2023. These are October 7, 2022, and February 17, May 5, July 28, and November 3, 2023. It's unclear which films will take those slots, but some candidates from the MCU development slate include Blade, Ant-Man 3, and movies involving the X-Men and Fantastic Four. Coming right up with more on that:
Release Date (Our Guess): October 7, 2022. Official Release Date TBD
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has already had a rocky road to production, with director James Gunn being fired by Disney after offensive jokes he made on Twitter years earlier resurfaced. After both fans and colleagues came out fiercely in support of Gunn, the decision was ultimately made to rehire him - though not before he'd already been snapped up by Warner Bros. to direct upcoming sequel/soft reboot The Suicide Squad. Since he'll be focusing on that first, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 reportedly won't start filming until February 2021, which means it'll be a while before we see the team back in action.
What We Think Might Happen: Now that Endgame has revealed the Guardians’ fates through Phase Three, we can speculate wildly about Vol.3. Peter Quill will presumably search for Gamora while Rocket continues to get over the absent Odinson. There is also the often-delayed debut of Adam Warlock to consider. Also, before Gunn’s temporary departure, he referred to the film as a conclusion to the story he began telling in the first installment, so it is possible the film will have an Endgame-like resolution. Is Star-Lord long for this universe?
How It Fits in the MCU: It all depends on Gunn’s plans for Vol. 3 and if it takes place during the Infinity Saga. Like the way Vol. 2 occurred shortly after the first Guardians film, it could take place not long after the death of Yondu and detail how the Guardians found, stole, or were awarded with the Benatar. More likely, it will be set after Avengers: Endgame and see the Guardians finding a new normal after the losses of Gamora and Odinson.
Premiere Date: February 17, 2023 (our guess) Official: TBD
Disney currently has an untitled Marvel movie slotted for October 7, 2022, and everyone presumes it’ll be Peyton Reed’s third Ant-Man movie. Whenever the third Paul Rudd kid-friendly adventure opens in theaters, it’ll feature Jonathan Majors as the time-traveling baddie Kang the Conqueror.
What We Think Might Happen: Picking up sometime after Endgame, Scott still needs to put his life back together – granted, he does that constantly. This time, though, he is an acknowledged hero, which should help some. Although, we guess his relationship with daughter Cassie will be fairly different. Also Hope, Hank, and Janet will need to adjust to life after returning from the Snap. But their attempt at finding a new normal will be upset by the arrival of Kang the Conqueror, a time traveler with a fantastic connection to the Marvel universe.
How It Fits in the MCU: Considering the film will be part of the MCU’s Phase Five, it is difficult to forecast how it will fit into the the larger scope. But with Majors reportedly joining the production as Kang in September of 2020, it’s clear the film will introduce some aspects of Fantastic Four lore into the MCU.
BLADE Premiere Date: May 5, 2023 (our guess)
What We Know: Feige stunned the 2019 Comic-Con crowd by announcing Mahershala Ali will be the MCU’s version of Blade. The daywalker will appear in his own film sometime during Phase Five, but specific details about the project will likely come to light soon.
How It Fits in the MCU: While the MCU is a realm of science, mysticism, cosmic entities, and traditional crime, it lacks for genuine monsters. Emerging from Marvel Comics’ The Tomb of Dracula, Blade will no doubt be our guide into a darker corner of the MCU where one find things that go bump in the night. Luckily, he’s pretty good with a sword and can vanquish them with relative ease. Of course, the literal demons of the Marvel Universe may present more of a challenge.
THE FANTASTIC FOUR Release Date: July 28, 2023 (our guess)
What We Think Might Happen: At 2019 Comic-Con, Feige merely mentioned he “ran out of time” to discuss the Fantastic Four or mutants. While both concepts will eventually make their way into the MCU, we expect integrating Marvel’s first family will be the priority and maybe even the whole point of Phase Five. As the project is just a nebulously teased concept, we’re placing its release as July 28, 2023, one of the furthest-out release dates Disney is currently holding for a Marvel project.
How It Fits in the MCU: The Fantastic Four bring with them a surprisingly robust rouges gallery. To be honest, we’re a little more excited to see Doctor Doom, Annihilus, and Galactus make their MCU introductions than the Richards clan – although, Kang’s involvement in Ant-Man 3 means the family will be important in the MCU by 2024. At the same time, it would also be a thrill to see the Baxter Building join the New York skyline.
Anyway, I hope you had fun on your way to getting updated with every movie coming out based on Marvel Comics for the next few years!
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