Checkout this nice article over at DraftExpress regarding the Clippers' current personnel situation- here's a snippet:
The problem is most feel that one of the only PG's who is slated to be available when the Clippers pick, Acie Law, is not exactly NBA starter quality. Others feel that he is ready to come in and contribute right away, and should be at the top of the Clippers draft board. If they do not want to get a PG this year, do they get a big to back up Kaman? Perhaps McRoberts, Smith, or even Hawes if he drops? Or, do they go for a wing player due to Maggette's uncertain future, coupled with the aging of Cuttino Mobley? If they go that route, they could go for local guy Nick Young or possibly Rudy Fernandez.
In the second round, the Clippers have, three years in a row, picked up a SG in a PG’s body. Lionel Chalmers, Daniel Ewing, and Guillermo Diaz. So far, none of those picks have worked out much for the team. If they do not get a PG with their first rounder, it’s very likely they get another PG for the 4th year in a row in the second round. If so, players they could look at would be Bobby Brown, DaShaun Wood, Brandon Heath, or Aaron Brooks.