The Clippers have let the contract of head coach Vinny Del Negro expire, meaning he's no longer the coach of the team, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Vinny Del Negro and Clippers owner Donald Sterling will meet this weekend, a league source told Chris Haynes of CSNNW.com.
The Clippers have not ruled out bringing back Vinny Del Negro as head coach, sources told ESPN.
Mark Madsen has been named head coach of the D-Fenders, the Lakers D-League team.
Matt Barnes said that he'd like to re-sign with the Clippers.
Clippers VP Gary Sacks met with free agent Chris Paul Saturday and said he's "very confident" that the All-Star point guard will re-sign.
Vinny Del Negro's dismissal as Clippers head coach is "inevitable," NBA insiders told ESPN's Marc Stein.
ESPN's Marc Stein reports that "rumblings persist" the Suns want to make Grant Hill their next general manager.
Chauncey Billups, who has no intention of retiring, said he anticipates being fully healthy at the start of next season.
A Clippers official reportedly told HoopsHype that "This is Chris's roster" in regards to Paul's impending free agency.
The Clippers will reportedly "explore all options" as it relates to Vinny Del Negro's future as the team's head coach.
Matt Barnes suggested that he and fellow free agent Chris Paul "have already been talking about" re-signing with the Clippers next season.
Chauncey Billups said he feels "as good as he has in two years," and he hopes to play two more years in the NBA.
Chauncey Billups will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, but he said that he "would love to be back" with the Clippers next season.
Grant Hill still isn't sure whether he'll retire this summer.