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Sources: Clippers, Jerry West Agree to Deal

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Hall of Famer and longtime NBA executive Jerry West has agreed to return to the Clippers next season to continue in his advisory role with the team’s front office, The Times has learned.

West, who will turn 81 later this month, has agreed to continue his work as a consultant that he began in June 2017, according to a source with knowledge of the agreement not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

Source: Andrew Greif of the Los Angeles Times

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Report: Anthony Davis to Undergo MRI on Sprained Thumb

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Anthony Davis sprained his right thumb in the first half of the Los Angeles Lakers’ preseason game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday and did not return to the game.

Davis is scheduled for an MRI Monday. Because the team did not arrive back in Los Angeles until 4 a.m. on Sunday, the team decided to wait another day for further tests on Davis’ thumb.

Source: Dave McMenamin of ESPN

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Doc Rivers: Paul George to Miss ‘first 10’ Games for Clippers

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Clippers haven’t given a concrete timetable on Paul George’s return. But Doc Rivers said in passing that Paul George “is not going to be here for the first 10.” Hence, George might be out until Nov. 13 in Houston

Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

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Sources: Gerald Green Out Indefinitely with Foot Injury

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Houston Rockets guard Gerald Green is believed to have suffered a broken left foot and could be sidelined a few months, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Green will have more opinions on his foot this week and be out indefinitely.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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