Clippers Playoff Tickets Tickets
The current season of the NBA has been full of exciting moments. As of now, the playoff bracket is slowly taking shape with some of the teams already making it to the postseason including the Los Angeles Clippers. So, if you want to support this team in their upcoming games live then simply get your hands on Clippers Playoff tickets as they are selling fast. The Los Angeles Clippers has established themselves as one of the top franchises of the league. Though, the team has made it to the playoffs multiple times but they are yet to win their first NBA Championship. Will this be the season they finally make history by clinching the top prize of the sport? Only time will tell.
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The Los Angeles Clippers have returned to their form by qualifying for the playoffs once again after failing to do so in 2017. However, they still have to face other top teams of the league in order to make it to the NBA Finals. Will they be able to do so? Grab your Clippers Playoff tickets early if you want to find that out.
Los Angeles Clippers: A brief history
Founded in 1970, the Los Angeles Clippers play in the National Basketball Association as a part of the Pacific Division of the league’s Western Conference. They currently play their home games at the Staples Center which is also home to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL.
The Los Angeles Clippers were initially founded as the Buffalo Braves. As the Braves, the team only qualified three times for the playoffs in 1973, 1974 and 1975. They later moved to San Diego, California in 1978 and became the San Diego Clippers. The team only played six seasons before they were relocated to Los Angeles. As the LA Clippers, the team its first season in 1984 and finished fourth in the Pacific division. They continued to struggle for the next six seasons before the team finally qualified for the playoffs for the first time in 1991. However, they were eliminated by the Utah Jazz, 2-3. The following year, they once again made the postseason but lost the first round to Houston Rockets, 2-3.
The fortunes of the Los Angeles Clippers changed when they acquired core players, Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin. In 2012, the team qualified for the playoffs but lost the first round to Memphis Grizzlies, 2-4. A year later, they bounced back and won their first division title and finished first in the Pacific division. The team clinched their second division crown in 2014.
Aiming to win
The Los Angeles Clippers are now gearing up to win the NBA Championship for the first time. The team’s coach, Doc Rivers stated, “Being an eighth seed or seventh seed or sixth seed is not our goal in the long run. We want to be champions.” If you want to attend the upcoming games of this team live then book your Clippers Playoff tickets today.