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1993-94 Los Angeles Clippers Transactions

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Record: 27-55, Finished 7th in NBA Pacific Division (Schedule and Results)
Coach: Bob Weiss (27-55)

PTS/G: 103.0 (9th of 27) ▪ Opp PTS/G: 108.7 (27th of 27)
SRS: -5.28 (20th of 27) ▪ Pace: 99.6 (1st of 27)
Off Rtg: 102.9 (22nd of 27) ▪ Def Rtg: 108.6 (18th of 27)
Expected W-L: 26-56 (20th of 27)

Arena: Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena ▪ Attendance: 471,034 (27th of 27)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1994.
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Transactions

Date Type Transaction
July 19, 1993 Signing

Signed Henry James as a free agent.

July 21, 1993 Hiring

Hired Bob Weiss as Head Coach.

October 1, 1993 Signing

Signed Tom Tolbert as a free agent.

October 25, 1993 Signing

Signed Mark Aguirre as a free agent.

November, 1993 Signing

Signed Bob Martin as a free agent.

January 7, 1994 Signing

Signed Harold Ellis as a free agent.

January 7, 1994 Waiver

Waived Henry James.

February 1, 1994 Waiver

Waived Mark Aguirre.

February 14, 1994 Signing

Signed Bo Outlaw to the first of two 10-day contracts.

February 24, 1994 Trade

Traded Danny Manning to the Atlanta Hawks for Dominique Wilkins and a 1994 1st round draft pick (Greg Minor was later selected).

March 8, 1994 Signing

Signed Bo Outlaw to a contract for the rest of the season.

May 16, 1994 Firing

Fired Bob Weiss as Head Coach.

June 15, 1994 Waiver

Released John Williams.

June 27, 1994 Signing

Signed Tony Massenburg as a free agent.

June 29, 1994 Draft

Drafted Lamond Murray in the 1st round (7th pick) of the 1994 NBA Draft.

June 29, 1994 Draft

Drafted Greg Minor in the 1st round (25th pick) of the 1994 NBA Draft.

June 29, 1994 Waiver

Waived Tom Tolbert.

June 30, 1994 Trade

Traded Mark Jackson and Greg Minor to the Indiana Pacers for Eric Piatkowski, Pooh Richardson and Malik Sealy.