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The Los Angeles Clippers ticket holders were rewarded for their loyalty by the team having the first overall pick of the 2009 draft. They selected Blake Griffin, but in order to make a spot for him on the team, they traded away Zach Randolph for Quentin Richardson, then later traded Richardson for Sebastian Telfair, Craig Smith and Mark Madsen. Los Angeles Clipper ticket holders are hoping these are the trades their team needs to move successfully into the playoffs with a strong team leading the way at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles Clippers have had about as much success as the Buffalo Braves as they have had playing second fiddle to the Lakers in Los Angeles. Will Ferrell is probably the only Hollywood star to get excited and reminisce about the 2006 postseason series when the Clippers took the Phoenix Suns to seven games before losing in the second round in the Western Conference. Ferrell is an offbeat star though, and that would revel in being the only celebrity with Clippers playoff tickets to the Staple Center.

The Clippers have been constantly building to a postseason tease. They have years when the talent they have accumulated come through, like in 1992, 1993, or 1997, but those years generally end in a first round exit and are followed by a disappointing year created by an inopportune injury or a free agent raid on the talented players who took the team to the playoffs in the first place. The effect can be seen as each season the Lakers out sell the Clippers in the sale of tickets for the regular season because of the realization of playoff hopes.

From its beginnings in Buffalo as the Buffalo Braves, the Los Angeles Clippers tickets have had their share of ups and down in the NBA. In the beginning years, the big star was Bob McAdoo, the power forward who went on to average over 30 points a game. Rookie of the year winner in 1973 and NBA MVP in 1975, McAdoo was the main reason for the start-up success of the team, even though they became known for their post-season inexperience on the court.

The Los Angeles Clippers began the offseason by poaching Baron Davis from the Golden State Warriors. His pairing with Elton Brand was supposed to make the Los Angeles a solid playoff contender, but Brand shockingly left Los Angeles for Philadelphia. Then the Warriors signed Corey Maggette away from Los Angeles. The Clippers tried to somewhat replace Brand with the signing of Marcus Camby.

The Clippers started the offseason by stealing Baron Davis away from the Warriors, thinking that the combination of Davis and Elton Brand could break through the playoff barrier in the Western Conference. Then the hope for playoff tickets was swept away as Brand went east to the 76ers. Then the Warriors enacted revenge and took Corey Maggette. Now the Clippers are in a similar situation as last season. They are a one star team with tons of potential and athletic talent that they are waiting to develop.

That potential includes Chris Kaman, Al Thorton, and Eric Gordon. Kaman is a double-double machine now in the post. Thorton proved that he is more than just a ‘tweener and can be a small forward. Gordon is the latest rookie unknown. Gordon will not start at 2 Guard. Instead the veteran scoring burst known as Cuttino Mobley will try to energize the court. The Clippers tried to salvage the hopes for playoff tickets by obtaining Marcus Camby to add some defense in the post and Jason Williams for backup for the oft-injured Baron Davis. Like every season, the Clippers have incredible talent and if the players can become a cohesive unit then they can be playing in the postseason.

This upcoming season should be interesting at the very least. The dynamic of the roster will change. Davis is the new leader and there is a hole in the post on offense. Camby is a defensive ace with limited scoring ability and Thornton is entering just his second season. Kaman made strides last season, but is not ready to become the main post threat. Cutino Mobley is still a scoring machine and rookie Eric Gordon looks like a similar player for the bench. The Los Angeles Clippers season is a complete mystery. The defense will be improved with Camby in the middle and the offense is bound to improve with Davis controlling the ball, but those improvements are far from guarantying a postseason berth.

The Los Angeles Clippers may have lost the fourth seed to the Memphis Grizzlies, but they reaped revenge by defeating them in the first round. They still do not have home court advantage, but they do have Los Angeles Clippers tickets available to the Staples Center for a second round date with the San Antonio Spurs.

Chris Paul is a potential postseason MVP, scoring 19 points, grabbing 5 rebounds, dishing 7.5 assists, and snatching 3 steals a game. Those are incredible numbers. He needs help though. That help comes in the form of the forward duo of Blake Griffin and Caron Butler. Griffin still has a raw offensive game, but he also still has the ability to jump over just about every defender in the NBA. He also exudes such energy tracking down rebounds it is difficult to find too much fault with him. Butler is not the best shooter in the game. He is hot and cold, but he also has the size and quickness to command respect on the block.

The interior defense is going to need to be stout with Duncan in the post and Parker penetrating. Kenyon Martin and DeAndre Jordan are just the duo inside to create havoc. Together they are averaging around 3.5 blocks a game. Despite this pronounced talent for blocking shots, neither has been a great rebounder in the playoffs. Instead, that honor goes to Reggie Evans. The backup power forward is grabbing 8 rebounds in a mere 20 minutes a game.

Overall, Coach Vinny Del Negro utilizes a deep bench with a number of specialists. He has defensive role players, three-point specialists, and energy players. He has veterans and young pups. He has one of he best point guards in the league and one of the most exciting forwards. The Clippers playoff tickets for the series and the entire 2012 postseason schedule at the Staples Center are certainly some of the most exciting events in the Los Angeles area and the TicketSpecialists has them for cheap.

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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 1 Apr 19, 2014
Sat 12:30PM
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 2 Apr 21, 2014
Mon 7:30PM
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers - Home Game 1 Apr 24, 2014
Thu 7:30PM
Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers - Home Game 2 Apr 27, 2014
Sun 12:30PM
Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 3 (If Necessary) Apr 29, 2014
Tue TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers - Home Game 3 (If Necessary) May 1, 2014
Thu TBA
Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors - Home Game 4 (If Necessary) May 3, 2014
Sat TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 5, 2014
Mon TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 7, 2014
Wed TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 14, 2014
Wed TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 15, 2014
Thu TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 20, 2014
Tue TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 22, 2014
Thu TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 29, 2014
Thu TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Western Conference Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) May 31, 2014
Sat TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Jun 5, 2014
Thu TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Jun 8, 2014
Sun TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 3 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Jun 15, 2014
Sun TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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NBA Finals: Los Angeles Clippers vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Jun 17, 2014
Tue TBA
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
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Los Angeles Clippers vs. Denver Nuggets Oct 18, 2014
Sat 7:30PM
Mandalay Bay - Events Center
Las Vegas, NV
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The Los Angeles Clippers ticket holders were rewarded for their loyalty by the team having the first overall pick of the 2009 draft. They selected Blake Griffin, but in order to make a spot for him on the team, they traded away Zach Randolph for Quentin Richardson, then later traded Richardson for Sebastian Telfair, Craig Smith and Mark Madsen. Los Angeles Clipper ticket holders are hoping these are the trades their team needs to move successfully into the playoffs with a strong team leading the way at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles Clippers have had about as much success as the Buffalo Braves as they have had playing second fiddle to the Lakers in Los Angeles. Will Ferrell is probably the only Hollywood star to get excited and reminisce about the 2006 postseason series when the Clippers took the Phoenix Suns to seven games before losing in the second round in the Western Conference. Ferrell is an offbeat star though, and that would revel in being the only celebrity with Clippers playoff tickets to the Staple Center.

The Clippers have been constantly building to a postseason tease. They have years when the talent they have accumulated come through, like in 1992, 1993, or 1997, but those years generally end in a first round exit and are followed by a disappointing year created by an inopportune injury or a free agent raid on the talented players who took the team to the playoffs in the first place. The effect can be seen as each season the Lakers out sell the Clippers in the sale of tickets for the regular season because of the realization of playoff hopes.

From its beginnings in Buffalo as the Buffalo Braves, the Los Angeles Clippers tickets have had their share of ups and down in the NBA. In the beginning years, the big star was Bob McAdoo, the power forward who went on to average over 30 points a game. Rookie of the year winner in 1973 and NBA MVP in 1975, McAdoo was the main reason for the start-up success of the team, even though they became known for their post-season inexperience on the court.

The Los Angeles Clippers began the offseason by poaching Baron Davis from the Golden State Warriors. His pairing with Elton Brand was supposed to make the Los Angeles a solid playoff contender, but Brand shockingly left Los Angeles for Philadelphia. Then the Warriors signed Corey Maggette away from Los Angeles. The Clippers tried to somewhat replace Brand with the signing of Marcus Camby.

The Clippers started the offseason by stealing Baron Davis away from the Warriors, thinking that the combination of Davis and Elton Brand could break through the playoff barrier in the Western Conference. Then the hope for playoff tickets was swept away as Brand went east to the 76ers. Then the Warriors enacted revenge and took Corey Maggette. Now the Clippers are in a similar situation as last season. They are a one star team with tons of potential and athletic talent that they are waiting to develop.

That potential includes Chris Kaman, Al Thorton, and Eric Gordon. Kaman is a double-double machine now in the post. Thorton proved that he is more than just a ‘tweener and can be a small forward. Gordon is the latest rookie unknown. Gordon will not start at 2 Guard. Instead the veteran scoring burst known as Cuttino Mobley will try to energize the court. The Clippers tried to salvage the hopes for playoff tickets by obtaining Marcus Camby to add some defense in the post and Jason Williams for backup for the oft-injured Baron Davis. Like every season, the Clippers have incredible talent and if the players can become a cohesive unit then they can be playing in the postseason.

This upcoming season should be interesting at the very least. The dynamic of the roster will change. Davis is the new leader and there is a hole in the post on offense. Camby is a defensive ace with limited scoring ability and Thornton is entering just his second season. Kaman made strides last season, but is not ready to become the main post threat. Cutino Mobley is still a scoring machine and rookie Eric Gordon looks like a similar player for the bench. The Los Angeles Clippers season is a complete mystery. The defense will be improved with Camby in the middle and the offense is bound to improve with Davis controlling the ball, but those improvements are far from guarantying a postseason berth.

The Los Angeles Clippers may have lost the fourth seed to the Memphis Grizzlies, but they reaped revenge by defeating them in the first round. They still do not have home court advantage, but they do have Los Angeles Clippers tickets available to the Staples Center for a second round date with the San Antonio Spurs.

Chris Paul is a potential postseason MVP, scoring 19 points, grabbing 5 rebounds, dishing 7.5 assists, and snatching 3 steals a game. Those are incredible numbers. He needs help though. That help comes in the form of the forward duo of Blake Griffin and Caron Butler. Griffin still has a raw offensive game, but he also still has the ability to jump over just about every defender in the NBA. He also exudes such energy tracking down rebounds it is difficult to find too much fault with him. Butler is not the best shooter in the game. He is hot and cold, but he also has the size and quickness to command respect on the block.

The interior defense is going to need to be stout with Duncan in the post and Parker penetrating. Kenyon Martin and DeAndre Jordan are just the duo inside to create havoc. Together they are averaging around 3.5 blocks a game. Despite this pronounced talent for blocking shots, neither has been a great rebounder in the playoffs. Instead, that honor goes to Reggie Evans. The backup power forward is grabbing 8 rebounds in a mere 20 minutes a game.

Overall, Coach Vinny Del Negro utilizes a deep bench with a number of specialists. He has defensive role players, three-point specialists, and energy players. He has veterans and young pups. He has one of he best point guards in the league and one of the most exciting forwards. The Clippers playoff tickets for the series and the entire 2012 postseason schedule at the Staples Center are certainly some of the most exciting events in the Los Angeles area and the TicketSpecialists has them for cheap.

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