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The History of LA Clippers Basketball

Founded in 1970, the Clippers have undergone a remarkable transformation from a struggling expansion team to a perennial playoff contender. Their journey has been filled with both challenges and triumphs, shaping the identity of the franchise and its passionate fan base.

The early years were marked by instability and inconsistency. As the Buffalo Braves, they spent their first eight seasons in the NBA with a losing record, trying to find their footing in a very competitive league. Despite a brief postseason appearance in 1975, they were unable to establish a winning culture.

The move to San Diego in 1978 brought little change. The franchise continued to falter, finishing in last place or second-to-last in each of their six seasons in the city. The problems were compounded by off-court issues, including a controversial relocation to Los Angeles in 1984.

Surprisingly, the move might have served them well. The Clippers began to show signs of improvement in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The drafting of Danny Manning and Brian Williams ignited hope for a brighter future. However, sustained success remained elusive, and the club continued to bounce between playoff appearances and losing seasons.

The turning point came in 2011 with the arrival of Donald Sterling's ownership group. Under the leadership of former NBA player Shelly Sterling, the organization embarked on a new era with developing superstars Blake Griffin and Kawhi Leonard, building a foundation for sustained success.

The acquisition of Chris Paul in 2011 further solidified the squad’s position as a contender. In 2012, the Clippers made their first playoffs in six years. The trio of Griffin, Leonard, and Paul formed one of the most formidable lineups in the NBA, leading the team to their first-ever Pacific Division title in 2013 and back-to-back Western Conference Semifinals appearances in 2015 and 2016.

The departure of Leonard in 2017 dealt a significant blow to their championship aspirations. Undeterred, they continued to rebuild, adding young talent such as Paul George, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, and Ty Lue as head coach. With flashes of brilliance in recent seasons, they have demonstrated their potential. After a taste of the Western Conference Finals, they’re hungry for more.

This team stands as a testament to the power of resilience. From their humble beginnings to their current status as a contender, they have carved their place in NBA history. Join them as they see what’s still in store. Snag your Clippers tickets at, and get ready for greatness!

The Clippers Basketball Schedule

Before heading to Los Angeles to catch a Clippers game, you’ll need to decide which games you most want to see play out live. With our up-to-date NBA schedules, you don’t need to search far to find out who's playing, but the challenge is determining the most promising pairings.

Classic rivalries are always at the top of the list. The Lakers–Clippers rivalry is legendary! These two clubs have clashed since the Clippers' relocation to the City of Angels in 1984, and it has only intensified. While the Lakers have recently regained their status as the dominant team in L.A., the Clippers remain a force to be reckoned with, and their duels are high in demand.

Clippers–Warriors animosity can’t be ignored either, and it was amplified in 2014 when the Clippers blew a 3-1 lead against the Warriors in the playoffs. The latter's consistent dominance, winning three championships in five years, further intensified the situation, until the Warriors defeated the Clippers in the 2019 Western Conference Finals on a controversial foul call, adding insult to injury.

While rivalries like those capture the attention of fans, there are other intriguing matchups to enjoy. The Denver Nuggets have emerged as a rising force in the Western Conference, and their young, talented roster poses a significant challenge to the Clippers. The Portland Trail Blazers are known for intense on-court battles, making their meetings particularly entertaining.

Interdivisional and interconference play offers a different dynamic, as teams from other divisions and conferences often have unique playing styles and strategies. Whether it's the rich history of the Boston Celtics or the defensive prowess of the Milwaukee Bucks, these face-offs provide unique and memorable moments.

Ready for Your Clippers Game?

You’ve reviewed the Clippers schedule, picked an opponent, and prepared for the big day. Now, as you approach Arena, you can’t believe it’s finally here. The sights, sounds, and smells hit you as soon as you walk through the door, and you immediately feel a rush.

The rhythmic bounce of basketballs mingles with the chatter of eager fans, creating a symphony in a sea of blue and red jerseys. The pre-game party is poppin’ as music pumps through the speakers and the energy of the crowd builds with every passing second. 

Then, the lights dim, and everyone’s attention is focused on one corner. The announcer’s booming voice comes over the speaker and, as team introductions begin, there’s a palpable shift between the reactions to the visiting team’s names and the cheer that erupts after each Clippers player is called.

Amidst the whirlwind of emotions, one thing remains constant—you’ve never felt this before and you want to do it again. Don’t worry! We’re not going anywhere. Any time you want to see pro basketball in LA, get your Clippers tickets at