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Clippers Forward Matt Barnes Talks Dwight Howard, Blake Griffin

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Barnes joined Liz Habib and the FOX 11 sports team on Friday's sports special. Barnes says the Clippers new coach Doc Rivers will change the culture of the team and now that River's is in LA, Chris Paul is a lock to resign with the team.

"I just talked to Doc on my way over here,"  said Barnes who wants to resign with the Clippers.  Barnes is a free agent but he says Doc told him that he would like to keep him around. Barnes, who has played for 7 NBA teams, including the Lakers, also talks about the Laker's chances of signing Dwight Howard. Barnes played with Howard in Orlando and says if Howard goes to the Houston Rockets they will immediately become contenders for a title.

Barnes is a free agent,  he says he's talking with other "big teams" but he says he started his career with the Clippers and he'd really like to stay.

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