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Los Angeles Clippers Fast Facts

Conference & Division
Western Conference, Pacific Division
Coach
Doc Rivers
Home Arena
Staples Center
Arena Capacity
19,060

Los Angeles Clippers Schedule

The Los Angeles Clippers had the most successful run in franchise history come to an end recently. With Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, the Clippers reached the playoffs and even managed to secure the franchise's first division titles in 2013 and 2014. Without a deep run in the playoffs, Blake Griffin was traded and DeAndre Jordan and Chirs Paul left in free agency.

The Clippers have gotten used to winning, and the new team does not want the Clippers to return to the laughing stock of the league. 

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Tobias Harris are budding stars in the NBA, and the Clippers have surrounded them with savvy veterans. They are bound to be a factor in the tough Western Conference. Find your Los Angeles Clippers tickets today to see this team play at Staples Center! 

About Los Angeles Clippers

Founded in 1970 as the Buffalo Braves, the Clippers have called three different cities home -- Buffalo, San Diego and Los Angeles. The Clippers moved from Buffalo to San Diego in 1978, and then moved from San Diego to Los Angeles in 1984. For over two decades, any success the Clippers had paled in comparison to the Lakers -- but the Clippers' fortunes have changed in recent years, largely thanks to Blake Griffin.

The Clippers aren't short on rivals -- despite being seen as the lesser team in Los Angeles for years. The Clippers' main rival is naturally, their fellow Staples Center tenants, the Los Angeles Lakers. There are fewer tickets more valuable in Los Angeles than Clippers-Lakers tickets -- so don't wait, and head out to the Staples Center this season to see the two teams battle for Los Angeles supremacy!

With an exciting young team, the Clippers should be in contention for years to come! Get your Clippers tickets at Ticket Liquidator today!

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