This Clippers-Hornets trade is centered around Terry Rozier to L.A.

The Los Angeles Clippers are once again one of the top teams in the Western Conference. They are looking to have a better finish this year than they did in the NBA Bubble last season. To accomplish their goal, they will need to improve one of the most important positions on the floor.

Both Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are off to All-NBA caliber starts for the Clippers. This was to be expected in the year two of the new regime. Ty Lue has this team playing at an extremely high level.

Despite the success on the perimeter, Los Angeles could still look to be buyers at the NBA trade deadline. If they are going to make any sort of move, it is likely that it is for an upgrade at the point guard position. The Charlotte Hornets are a team that will have plenty of options.

The Hornets are extremely deep in the backcourt. They used the third-overall pick in the draft on LaMelo Ball and he is beginning to look like the star that they expected. Ball joined Terry Rozier and Devonte’ Graham in an already dynamic group of guards.

While the NBA is a league driven by its guard play, the Hornets could look to send one away because they are loaded at the position. Los Angeles is a destinations that makes sense for one of their big-name players. Terry Rozier could be just that player.

Let’s take a look and see what it might take to land Terry Rozier in Los Angeles to play alongside Paul George and Kawhi Leonard this season.

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