The Spurs waived F/C Antonio McDyess Monday so that he can retire.
The Clippers are looking for physical big men according to Yahoo! Sports writer Marc Spears.
Antonio McDyess is still contemplating retirement and has not ruled out playing this season for the Spurs.
The Spurs and Antonio McDyess have agreed on an extension of the guaranteed-salary deadline on his contract for next season due to the lockout.
The Spurs must decide who will start at power forward next season, according to Gregg Popovich, who called the hole at PF the team's "biggest need right now."
Antonio McDyess said that he's "pretty definite" that Friday's season-ending loss to Memphis was his final game in the NBA.
Antonio McDyess played what many believe will be the last game of his career in Friday's Game 6 loss, scoring 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting with two rebounds and two assists in 26 minutes.
Antonio McDyess played through a strained neck in Game 4 on Monday, but managed just four points on 2-of-5 shooting with four rebounds, one assist, and no steals or blocks in 19 minutes.
Antonio McDyess said he is "80 percent" recovered from his strained neck, and he will be ready to play in Game 4.
Antonio McDyess suffered a strained neck in Saturday's loss leaving him iffy for Game 4 on Monday.
Antonio McDyess left Saturday's game late in the fourth quarter after suffering a shoulder injury.
Antonio McDyess (tailbone, rest) did not play on Tuesday against the Lakers.
Antonio McDyess will be the only Spurs starter to sit for Saturday's game against the Jazz due to pain in his rear end, and DeJuan Blair will start in his place.
Antonio McDyess returned to action for the Spurs on Thursday but could only muster six points and five rebounds in 27 minutes.