Video: Williams, Jordan, Foye reflect

PLAYA VISTA, Calif. -- Here are exit interviews from Monday's media session with three Los Angeles Clippers who filled supporting roles for the 2011-2012 squad behind Blake Griffin and Chris Paul.

Guard Mo Williams came into the season expecting to be the team's starting point guard, then quickly found himself third on the pecking order in a matter of days. He reflected on those days and how the season turned out for him, and reiterated his plans to opt in on the final year of his contract for next season.

Center DeAndre Jordan was one of two Clippers to play in all 66 games in 2011-2012. Griffin was the other, and both players also started all 66 contests. Jordan said he learned a lot in his first full season as an NBA center, even though he indicated he had higher expectations for himself this year.

Guard Randy Foye, who will be a free agent this offseason, said he hopes to be able to remain a Clipper in the long term. He said he enjoyed this season and his first-ever playoff experience.