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The Clippers are not a team so easily dismissed. It did take seven games, but this Los Angeles basketball team proved capable of dealing with a roster as half-court focused as the Grizzlies. This may not mean much to most, but to those who know that postseason basketball is mostly played in the half court it means a great deal. The Spurs are a different breed of offense. They used to rely on Duncan in the post but now they rely on Parker penetrating. Luckily, the Clippers have a trio of interior defenders to stop Parker from putting up decent shots near the rim. DeAndre Jordan, Kenyon Martin, and Blake Griffin are going to average more than 3 blocks a game.

Offensively, Coach Vinny Del Negro relies on Chris Paul to direct the offense. He is scoring 20 points a game and will be handing much more than the 7 assists a game he did in the last season. The Clippers also have Griffin on the floor to put back junk points and alley oops. Caron Butler is out with a hand injury, but Bobby Simmons should be able to replace his 9 points game and provide better three point shooting.

Los Angeles Clippers History

The Los Angeles Clippers started to play professional basketball back in Buffalo as the Braves from 1970 to 1978. The Buffalo Braves had a brief run of success in that short time, playing in three consecutive playoffs and cheering on Bob McAdoo and Adrian Dantley. However, the franchise moved after low ticket sales. Irv Levin traded the ownership rights for the Boston Celtics for John Y. Brown's ownership rights of the Braves. The NBA brokered the trade and Levin moved the team west to San Diego and changed the name to the Clippers to be closer to his business and home.

The San Diego Clippers relied on the scoring provided by Randy Smith and World B Free early on, but continuously failed to reach the postseason. Soon after, Levin sold the team to Donald Sterling after another bout with poor attendance. In 1984, the team became the Los Angeles Clippers. The move did not result in a sudden realization of potential and a slew of Clippers regular season wins. Instead, the Clips played second fiddle at the Staples Center, only reaching the NBA playoffs three times since the move.

There is reason for optimism now. Blake Griffin is the next great power forward and a collection of talented young guards seems to be hinting at a turn of the tide at the Staples Center. Soon the Los Angeles Clippers fans may be dismissing the Lakers camp and TheSeats has those Clippers tickets for this season's schedule to watch this development in Los Angeles in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.

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Nba Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Los Angeles Clippers Oct 6, 2018
Sat 7:00PM
Honda Center
Anaheim, CA
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