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Los Angeles Clippers Off-Season Review Notable Additions: Jordan Farmar, Spencer Hawes, Joe Ingles, Ekpe Udoh Notable Losses: Darren Collison, Danny Granger, Ryan Hollins The latest in a long line of potential contenders to the Western Conference crow

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Los Angeles Clippers Off-Season Review Notable Additions: Jordan Farmar, Spencer Hawes, Joe Ingles, Ekpe Udoh Notable Losses: Darren Collison, Danny Granger, Ryan Hollins The latest in a long line of potential contenders to the Western Conference crown, the Clippers have only strengthened there already strong roster. Very little change in the Clippers back-court, with CP3 still in town, and J.J. Redick will start at the 2 again. Dynamite scoring threat Jamal Crawford is going to be contending for 6th Man of the Year and new addition Jordan Farmar is going to bring some stability to the backup point guard spot, an improvement over the wildly inconsistent Darren Collison. In the front court is where the real changes have occurred. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan will still start, Matt Barnes also will continue to start. It's on the bench things have been shaken up. Jordan now has a legitimate backup with Spencer Hawes, and Glen Davis will team with Ekpe Udoh to back up Griffin, a vast improvement over Ryan Hollins, Danny Granger and Hedo Turkoglu used last season. Turkoglu, and Chris Douglas-Roberts will most likely get the most backup small forward minutes, although as an Aussie I sincerely hope Joe Ingles gets his fair run. The improvement on the bench is what Doc Rivers and Co. are hoping is enough to send the Clippers up into the title contender status. Grade: B - Benny