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Los Angeles Clippers

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The Clippers were founded in 1970 as the Buffalo Braves, one of three NBA expansion teams that year (Portland and Cleveland were the other two). The franchise relocated to San Diego in 1978 becoming the San Diego Clippers. Without the approval of the NBA, the Clippers were relocated to Los Angeles in 1984 where they have remained ever since.

The Clippers have not had a ton of success as a franchise. They have made the postseason just fourteen times and went 30 years without winning a playoff series (1976-2006). The Clippers have never been to an NBA Finals.

Nationally televised Clippers games are available to be watched on ESPN, ESPN+, ABC, and TNT. Regional broadcasts can be watched on TV on FOX Sports Prime Ticket. The Los Angeles Clippers complete schedule is available for live streaming on the FOX Sports GO app or by visiting


The Clippers have had several different homes in different cities. The Clippers moved into the Staples Center in 1999 and share their home with their city rival, the Los Angeles Lakers. The Clippers will move into a new arena in 2024 in Inglewood. The Staples Center holds 19,060 fans for Clippers’ home games.


The Clippers have won just two division titles - 2013 and 2014. They won the Pacific Division of the Western Conference both seasons. The Clippers have never advanced past a conference semifinals series. They are one of six NBA franchises that have never even reached an NBA Finals.


The franchise’s all-time leading scorer is Randy Smith (12,375 points), who was drafted by Buffalo in the seventh round of the 1971 NBA draft. Smith was just 6-foot-3, but was extremely athletic. He was a two-time NBA All-Star and was the MVP of the 1978 All-Star Game. He had his best season in ‘78 averaging 24.8 points per game. He finished his career having averaged 16.7 points per game in 12 NBA seasons.

Bob McAdoo was the second overall pick of the 1972 NBA draft, selected by Buffalo. He played just four seasons with the franchise, but they were some of the best of his 14-year NBA career.He was the league Rookie of the Year in 1973. In the 1974-75 season, McAdoo averaged 34.5 points and 14.1 rebounds per game on his way to the NBA MVP award. McAdoo was a five-time All-Star and led the NBA in scoring three times. Despite playing just four seasons with the franchise, he is still third on the career scoring list with 9,434 points. He ended his career with 18,787 points and a scoring average of 22.1 points per game.

Blake Griffin played the first nine years of his NBA career with the Clippers. He is second on the all-time franchise scoring list with 10,863 points. He’s also third on the Clippers’ rebounding list with 4,686 rebounds. Griffin was the league Rookie of the Year in 2011 and is a six-time NBA All-Star.