Luckily for the Clippers, there was still ink left in their pen Monday, when they capped a frenetic free-agency period by signing swingman Ricky Davis.
Davis, 28, has averaged 14.3 points and 3.7 rebounds in 10 seasons. He was the only Miami Heat player to play in all 82 games last season.
He is considered a gifted scorer, but has also butted heads with coaches.
"There are things Ricky can do very well," said Elgin Baylor, Clippers vice president of basketball operations. "He can score and shoot beyond the perimeter. That's a good addition, to have a player that can do those things. It's also going to take some of the defensive pressure off our post players."
Davis signed a one-year contract with a player option for a second season. The signing brings the Clippers' team salary to the tip of the league's salary cap at $58.6 million. It also brings closure to a busy off-season for the team.