Los Angeles Times

Newest Clippers look to future

NEW YORK - Intuition tells Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Jerome Robinson that they can grow into a prosperous duo for the Los Angeles Clippers.

They are two long and athletic guards who joined the Clippers during the NBA draft Thursday night, Robinson coming by way of the 13th selection and Gilgeous-Alexander via trade after Charlotte took him 11th overall before shipping him to the Clippers for their 12th pick of

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