Amy: The Clippers and Rivers have reached a multi-year contract

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Amy: The Clippers and Rivers have reached a multi-year contract

Amy: The Clippers and Rivers have reached a multi-year contract

Live it on May 6th According to Bill Plaschke, a Los Angeles Times reporter. Although there is no official announcement, there are signs that the Clippers have reached a multi-year contract with coach Rivers. Rivers's existing contract has only one year left.

Paul and Griffin have already left the Clippers, Jordan is also likely to leave the free market this summer, the Clippers will open after the era of "Airport City."

Rivers once said in an interview this week: “I'm very satisfied with where the team is now.”

Bollard owner Ballmer also praised The performance of Fosse coaching this season was called "amazing".

The Clippers suffered a serious injury crisis this season, and Rivers released 37 different starters, which is the league record. A total of 11 players in the Clippers missed 264 games. Players like Jameel Wilson, Tyron Wallace, and CJ Williams all started at least 10 games.

Rivers coaching career has achieved 846 wins, ranked second in the current coach, his 63.2% winning rate is the highest coach of the Clippers.

"I feel this is a start," Rivers said in an interview this week. "Steve knows how to make a team solid and he wants to do the right thing."