Free-agent point guard Derrick Rose is scheduled to meet with the Los Angeles Clippers, who are interested in adding another point guard after trading long-time playmaker Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets. Adrian Wojnarowski of first reported the meeting. It will be the second meeting for Rose this week.

On Monday, he met with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to ESPN sources. The Clippers traded Paul to the Rockets in exchange for Patrick Beverley, Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, Montrezl Harrell, Darrun Hilliard, DeAndre Liggins, Kyle Wiltjer, a protected first-round pick next year and cash considerations.

Clippers add another scorer

The Clippers also added another scorer in Danilo Gallinari via a three-team trade with the Atlanta Hawks and the Denver Nuggets, according to Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

According to Vivlamore, the Nuggets will sign Gallinari to a three-year, $65 million contract before training him to the Clippers. Los Angeles will ship shooting guard Jamal Crawford, reserve center Diamond Stone, a protected 2018 first-round pick and cash to Atlanta.

The Hawks will send Paul Millsap and a 2019 second-round pick to the Nuggets. Millsap recently agreed to a three-year, $90 million contract with the Nuggets Sunday. In the 28-year-old Gallinari, the Clippers will replace the scoring void left by Paul and J.J.

Redick, who signed a one-year, $23 million deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Last season, he averaged 18.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists with the Nuggets. Gallinari will team up in the front court with Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Griffin recently signed a five-year, $175 million deal with the Clippers.

Bucks trying to create splash in free agency

The Bucks are eyeing to create a splash by signing significant names from the free-agent market. Wojnarowski said the Bucks are trying to shed contracts to create salary cap space. Currently, the Bucks have less than $10 million to offer free agents, but they are looking for more space.

Milwaukee can also enter into a sign-and-trade deal with other squads.

Last season, Rose suited up in 64 games for the New York Knicks, averaging 18.0 points and 4.4 assists. However, a meniscus tear in his left knee that required surgery ended his season If he joins the Clippers, Rose will have to share playing time with Beverly, a playmaker known for his defense but can also deliver points from the outside.