Doc Rivers' new job with the Clippers also includes the title of Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations.
Doc Rivers disputed Danny Ainge's claim that he said he was planning to return as Celtics coach.
The Clippers finally introduced Doc Rivers as coach Wednesday afternoon.
Doc Rivers has formally signed his contract with the Clippers.
Doc Rivers will be introduced as Clippers head coach on Wednesday, a source told the Boston Herald.
Doc Rivers' deal with the Clippers is being held up because his representatives are negotiating the language in his contract with Los Angeles, sources told ESPN.
The Clippers have an agreement in principle for Doc Rivers that includes an unprotected 2015 first-round pick going to the Celtics, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Denver Nuggets reached out to Boston again over the weekend about Doc Rivers, per Sport Illustrated's Chris Mannix.
The NBA league office will take a "skeptical view" of any Doc Rivers transaction, CBS sports reports.
The Clippers have offered the Celtics a 2015 first-round pick for rights to coach Doc Rivers and the sides are near an agreement, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Doc Rivers could announce his plans for the 2013-14 season as soon as Monday, and there is "still a chance" that he'll wind up with the Clippers.
Doc Rivers and GM Danny Ainge plan to talk through the weekend and have an answer on the coach's future with Celtics on Monday, according to Yahoo! Sports.
A source tells Yahoo Sports that Doc Rivers will no longer pursue the Clippers' coaching job.
The Celtics and Doc Rivers are "rapidly reaching belief" that there's no deal to be made with the Clippers.