Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are entering training camp “fully healthy,” according to Los Angeles Clippers president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank.
“Both are fully healthy. I think both have had extremely productive offseasons, and obviously our two best players are totally invested in doing special things for the Clippers,” said Frank on Wednesday.
Leonard and George each have a $48 million player option for the 2024-25 season, and both are eligible to sign four-year extensions worth $223 million.
Frank also addressed the possibility of the Clippers upgrading the roster. James Harden was rumored as a trade target, though there was no traction on a deal.
“You are always looking for ways to get better, both individually, as a team. … From our standpoint, we’ll always be aggressive trying to find ways to improve the team,” added Frank.