All the wheeling and dealing done by the Los Angeles Clippers meant some players would be on the move and that free agency frenzy has left former Gamecock star Sindarius Thornwell searching for a new team.
The Clippers released Thornwell over the weekend along with fellow guard Tyrone Wallace.
The former SEC Player of the Year averaged 4.9 minutes and 1.0 per game this past season. He played in 64 games.
His rookie season saw Thornwell play an average of 15.8 minutes per game where he averaged 3.9 points.
The Lancaster native was a second-round pick of the Bucks in the 2017 NBA Draft. He was immediately traded to the Clippers.