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Clippers Agree To Two Year Deal With B.J. Mullens

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Link: http://www.cbssports.com/nba/blog/eye-on-basketball/22831269/report-byron-mullens-clippers-agree-on-twoyear-2m-contract
 

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, the Clippers and free-agent big man Byron Mullens have agreed to a two-year contract for $2 million. The four-year veteran would probably become the first big man off the bench, unless the team wants to go small with a small stretch-4. From the report:

 
 
Byron Mullens is the second former Bobcat to get picked up this offseason.
 
Reggie Williams signed with Houston earlier in the offseason.

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Good luck Mully.  Perfect spot for him.

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Mullens officially signed with the Clippers, they got him on a pretty good deal.

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Blake Griffin...Byron Mullens...hard to tell them apart really.

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actually a really good signing for the Clips

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I think Mullens is fine as a backup. 

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people on espn talking about how this is a great signing and how is he is going to be the missing piece lol.    One guy couldn't understand why we let one of our best players walk.

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