Lately, the Clippers haven't been getting nearly enough production out of two of their starters. And because center DeAndre Jordan and small forward Caron Butler have been so inconsistent, the Clippers have struggled as a team and it has put more pressure on Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to provide most of the offense. Randy Foye, who is the starting shooting guard, has been solid. Mo Williams, the top reserve, has been strong off the bench as a scorer. Butler was averaging 12.7 points and 3.8 rebounds before Monday night's game against the Boston Celtics, and Jordan was averaging 7.3 points and 8.7 rebounds.
Clippers want more production from DeAndre Jordan, Caron Butler
Los Angeles Times | Mar 13