Dunleavy Doesn't Deny Interest in Iverson
The Clippers coach didn't mention the controversial guard by name, but he did say the club is "exploring our options with a lot of different guys and to see what's the best situation for our team, but we'll see it all plays out."
There have been numerous questions as to whether Iverson could mix with the young Clippers, a promising team that includes Blake Griffin, Eric Gordon and Al Thornton. In addition, the Clippers still have Baron Davis on contract for four more years, although it seems his tenure in Los Angeles has already turned sour.
"I always worry about chemistry, with all my players," Dunleavy said. The Clippers' brass, including owner Donald Sterling, executive vice president Andy Roeser and Dunleavy, were primarily watching Griffin, who tallied 16 points in 36 minutes. But they are expected to meet with Iverson's agent, Leon Rose, Wednesday, perhaps to discuss a free-agent contract.