The Los Angeles Clippers brought in a bunch of new players via free agency in the summer and as a result head coach Doc Rivers is still working out how he's going to run his playing rotation. From Janis Carr of The Orange County Register:
- "Five practices and two exhibition games are not enough to make heads or tails of the Clippers, according to their coach. Doc Rivers still doesn’t know what to make of the Clippers a third of the way into training camp. Is the bench coming together? Will Wes Johnson or Paul Pierce start at small forward? How does veteran point guard Pablo Prigioni fit in? Will the Clippers be good this season? Rivers said he hasn’t seen anything so far that has given him any insight. 'I really haven’t,' said Rivers."
Rivers still has a bunch of preseason games to figure out the rotation and that will continue over in China with two games against Charlotte.