Free Agent Justise Winslow Has a New Home!

 Justise Winslow has himself a new contract as the free agent has reportedly signed on with the Los Angeles Clippers for two years, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

The left-handed point-forward is a nice low-key addition for the Clippers who could turn him into a big bench piece. The only issue has been health and Winslow will need to stay on the court if he wants to stay in the league. He appeared in only 26 games last season, and this isn't something new as he's appeared in fewer than 30 games in three of his six NBA seasons. 

Last season Winslow averaged 6.8 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The Grizz decided to decline his $13-million team option which freed Winslow into the market. Sounds like he's on his way to run the wing with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. The dynamic duo is hopeful their new addition will be able to find his old form from his Miami Heat days where one-year he put up 12.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game and was a lock-down defender.

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