Former NBA lottery winner reportedly joins new team

The first week of NBA free agency has seen a lot of movement around the league. The LA Clippers lost Paul George to the Philadelphia 76ers, the Golden State Warriors agreed to a sign-and-trade that sent Klay Thompson to the Dallas Mavericks, and the Denver Nuggets lost starting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to the Orlando Magic.

These are just a few of the moves that have already taken place in free agency, and there appear to be more big ones to come. While much of the attention was focused on Thompson's situation in Golden State this offseason, the organization lost another guard as 2018 lottery pick Jerome Robinson joined Saint-Quentin Basket-Ball of the French LNB Pro A:

Robinson was selected 13th overall by the LA Clippers in the 2018 NBA Draft, but has only played 1,685 NBA minutes since then, making him the 42nd overall pick in that draft. Over the last few seasons in the Golden State organization, Robinson has played solidly in the G-League, but has struggled in his very limited NBA appearances.

Robinson, who appeared in 22 games for the Warriors last season, made just 11 of his 33 field goal attempts and just two of his 17 three-point attempts. It's hard to imagine Robinson being considered again in the NBA, with another recent Clippers draft pick now out of the league.

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