Ronny Turiaf is going coast to coast, to continue his NBA career.
The former Bonzaga great is leaving the world champion Miami Heat, to join Blake Griffin and the L.A. Clippers.
Turiaf has signed a one-year free agent deal worth a reported $1.1 million, the veteran's league minimum.
Turiaf was a defensive presence off the bench last season for the heat, and subbed in for Chris Bosh during the NBA playoffs.
Ronny has also had stints with the Lakers, Warriors, Knicks, and Wizards.
Turiaf might not be the only Zag playing for the Clips. Former Gonzaga teammate Adam Morrison played for L.A.'s summer league squad and could sign on with the team.