After a disappointing season in the Queen City, the "Born Ready Sh

ow" is headed for Hollywood.

A deal to send Lance Stephenson to the Clippers in return for forwards Spencer Hawes and Matt Barnes was finalized Monday, the Hornets confirmed.

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The Hornets signed the talented-but-inconsistent Stephenson as a free agent last offseason. He got off to a solid start in Charlotte (he hit a game-winner against the Hawks early on), but his stay eventually left more to be desired, as his points (8.2 ppg), rebounds (4.5), assists (3.9) and minutes (25.8) all took a dip from his final season in Indiana.

He spent more time on the trading block than the starting lineup, as he came off the bench in all but 25 of the Hornets games after starting 150 games the previous two seasons. 

Stephenson, 24, has two years left on his contract, including a team option of $9.4 million for the 2016-17 season.

Hawes averaged 5.8 points during his only season in Los Angeles after coming over from Philadelphia via free agency last summer. Barnes averaged 10.1 points and four rebounds in 29.9 minutes per game last season.