Two reasons the Clippers will be a good fit for Warren:
1. Warren could hugely complement Eric Gordon in the scoring column at some point—The Clippers will gain another guard that can find all kinds of ways to score in Warren, something that will make Gordon even more dangerous. Gordon averaged 16.9 points per game during the 2009-10 season, and Warren's presence could not only give Gordon more opportunities to score, but provide another perimeter scoring threat.
2. He will be reunited with Blake Griffin—Who would have seen this possibility more than a year ago when Warren was contemplating foregoing the rest of his years at OU to enter the NBA Draft at the same time as Griffin? But it turned out to be the case after Warren elected to remain at OU for another season, while Griffin left and was selected as the No. 1 overall pick. When Warren gets on the court alongside Griffin, their chemistry will really help the Clippers.
Stay tuned to Sooners Illustrated for more information regarding OU's recent NBA Draft picks of Warren and forward Tiny Gallon.