Clippers Extend Offer To Free Agent Center

The Los Angeles Clippers lost free agent center Isaiah Hartenstein this offseason, and are looking a little thin at the 'five', behind starter Ivica Zubac. They've done a little something to try to rectify that, by making an offer to a young big man.

22-year-old Moses Brown has played for four teams in his three years in the league, and finished last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who declined to present him with a qualifying offer, making him a free agent.

Brown is 7'2", and was undrafted coming out of UCLA in 2019. In 92 NBA games, he's averaged 6 points and 5.8 rebounds in just 14 minutes per game, while shooting 55.4% from the floor. Clippers observers seem to like the idea of taking a chance on Brown. 

As noted by @ClipperTalk, he can run the floor, and set good screens. And his numbers per 36 minutes are impressive, at 15.3 points and 14.8 rebounds. 

This should be a no-brainer for Brown to accept the offer. 

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