This Clippers-Hornets trade gets Kawhi Leonard, Paul George more help

The Los Angeles Clippers have been relatively quiet this offseason. All of the rumors surrounding Paul George were obviously just rumors, but there is still work that could be done on the roster. A trade with the Charlotte Hornets could bring in a lot more help for George and Leonard.

So far this offseason, the Clippers have gone out and acquired Luke Kennard in a trade. They also brought back Marcus Morris in free agency. Rajon Rondo was a target of theirs, but they were unable to bring him in.

One of the main focuses that the media thinks the Clippers should have is upgrading the point guard position. Landry Shamet, who played some point guard, was traded in the deal that brought Kennard to town. Patrick Beverley is still on the roster, but more offensive firepower would be nice.

Terry Rozier could be a name to keep a close eye on for the Clippers. If the Hornets are open to making a move, there could be a trade to be had here.

Last season with the Hornets, Rozier ended up averaging 18.0 points per game to go along with 4.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists. He shot 42.3 percent from the floor and 40.3 percent from behind the three-point line.

All of that being said, let’s dive in and take a look at a potential trade that would send Terry Rozier from the Hornets to the Clippers to provide additional help for Paul George and Kawhi Leonard.

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