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Tue. Sep 30, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Griffin has been working on the corner three, the Orange County Register's Dan Woike reports.
Impact: After pulling out of Team USA due to a fracture in his back, Griffin has apparently been a full participant so far in camp. Griffin attempted a career-high 12 three-pointers last season, but if he can refine a corner three-point shot in the same way that, say, Serge Ibaka has, then he would become an even more potent offensive weapon than he was last season when he was an MVP candidate. Griffin's two main weaknesses in fantasy coming into last season were his free-throw shooting and his lack of blocks relative to his position. However, in 2013-14 he took a major step at the charity stripe, hitting a career-best 71.5 percent of his free throws. If he adds a three-point shot, that would make up for his lack of blocked shots and make him a viable option early in drafts.
Mon. Sep 29, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Bullock says he is 100 percent healthy entering training camp, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports.
Impact: The 2013 first-round pick was banged up for most of his rookie season, and a hamstring injury prevented him from taking part in summer league this past July. Now fully healthy, Bullock will look to solidify himself as a rotational player off the bench. Darren Collison and Jared Dudley's respective departures should play to his advantage, though the Clippers added veterans Chris Douglas-Roberts and Jordan Farmar this offseason.
Mon. Sep 29, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Wilcox says he's 100 percent healthy entering training camp, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports.
Impact: The 28th overall pick in June's draft was dealing with a shoulder injury in the offseason that prevented him from playing at the Las Vegas Summer League. With a few more months to recover, the Washington product will be ready to play when the preseason opens. The 6-5 Wilcox is an excellent athlete, but he could be buried on the bench as a rookie, given the Clippers' depth across the board.
Tue. Sep 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Ingles has agreed to a one-year contract with the Clippers, ESPN reports.
Impact: Ingles, a 6-8 Australian, sparked the interest of NBA teams with a strong showing at the 2012 Summer Olympics and parlayed that intrigue with another standout performance at this summer's FIBA World Cup. In five games for his country, Ingles averaged 11.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 3.4 assists over the past month. As the Clippers look to bolster their options at small forward, the 26-year-old Ingles could compete with Chris Douglas-Robert for rotational minutes this season, although it remains to be seen how Ingles will adjust to the NBA game.