• The Clippers are a classic aging veteran, old-man squad. Given that, upcoming contract questions and lack of rotation options mean there are some dynasty implications to be had from their roster. While you may think that an older roster can’t have too many dynasty questions, the Clippers are out to prove that wrong. As a reminder, you can read through our dynasty ranking criteria here.

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    Dynasty Risers

    Kawhi Leonard (45-65)

    Health is always the question for Leonard. He managed to prove his doubters wrong so far this season, playing in a majority of games. While managers may feel shaky about the knee in the future, especially with a knee injury popping up right at the end of the campaign, it’s also just as encouraging to see Leonard playing at such a high level. Any future hesitancy with Leonard is understandable, but we could see this level of performance for the next two seasons before tailing off with age.

    Amir Coffey (290-325)

    Coffey has been more of a fill-in rotation player, but he’s shown massive strides in his shotmaking. It’s probably more of a high-water mark, but it’s enough to have me intrigued. Coffey could see a greater role sooner rather than later, depending on how the Clippers’ offseason shakes out.

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