According to multiple reports, the Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to sign both small forward Matt Barnes and point guard Darren Collison to multiyear deals.
Both were free agents.
Barnes agreed to a three-year deal worth approximately $11 million. Meanwhile, Collison verbally agreed to join the Clippers on a two-year deal with a player option entering the final year.
Collison’s move brings the former UCLA star home and reunites Collison with Clippers star Chris Paul, both whom played together in New Orleans.
Last season, Barnes contributed over 10 points per game while Collison averaged 12 points and 5 assists.
Both deals can’t be officially signed until Wednesday, June 10, when the league lifts its annual moratorium on free-agent signings and trades.