Bradley was moved to the Clippers in the Blake Griffin trade last week. However, it appears that Los Angeles isn’t interested in his services, and intends to flip him, according a report from ESPN’s Marc Stein. And the Spurs have apparently come calling.
It appears as if the Clippers intended to move Bradley from the getgo, so he was more of a rental than anything. That makes sense, with Lou Williams having received a three-year extension on Wednesday.
Still, it’s hard to imagine Bradley warranting a first-round pick, especially from the Spurs, who aren’t known to give up high draft selections at the drop of a hat. This might not be a win-now season for the Spurs anyway, with Kawhi Leonard’s health still a question mark, and a lack of scoring options around him. It seems unlikely that the team would be willing to bet on themselves by giving up a first-rounder. We’ll just have to see what happens on Thursday.