The Los Angeles Clippers have key free agent decisions to make this offseason in Montrezl Harrell and Marcus Morris.
The Clippers are interested in re-signing both Harrell and Morris, according to league sources that spoke with The Athletic.
The Clippers will likely operate as an over the cap team in the offseason and would have limited resources to replace Harrell and Morris in free agency.
At one point this season, Harrell was projected to earn as much as $20 million to $25 million per season but that number has likely decreased due to the dearth of teams with cap space.
The Clippers will have the non-Bird rights on Morris, which means they can pay him up to $18 million in Year 1 of his next contract based on his current $15 million salary.