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2014 LA Clippers Tickets
Los Angeles Clippers tickets are going to be a must have for any NBA fan, and for good reason. For a team that most people thought would simply have an uneventful 2014 season, the LA Clippers stunned the NBA world, revamping their roster and pushing themselves into playoff contention. Read on to see why LA Clippers tickets are now the most fashionable NBA tickets on the West Coast.
Los Angeles Clippers Tickets – Regrouping after a Loss
The Los Angeles Clippers are one of those teams that are continually dealing with adversity. Up and down seasons, coaching changes, and injury seem to be a way of life for the Clippers. The 2007-08 season is no different. The Clippers were looking forward to improving on a 40 win season that had them thinking playoffs. The luxury of 1st Round pick Al Thornton had everyone in LA feeling good and even entertaining thoughts of replacing the Lakers as LA’s darling.
The feel-good bubble popped along with the Achilles tendon of forward Elton Brand. Losing your scoring leader has a way of dampening your spirits. A look t the Clippers roster does lend itself to some optimism though. This is a team that’s not far removed from a playoff appearance two years ago. Can Los Angeles Clippers tickets erase the loss of Brand and give the jaded fans in LA hope? Let’s see.
Examining the Los Angeles Clippers
Someone needs to step up and that someone is very likely to be Corey Magette. Clippers ticket holders have long allowed Maggette to operate under their radar but they won’t be able to overlook him this season. Maggette loves to drive to the basket, puts up double digit points and is a sure thing at the free throw line. More playing time will mean bigger numbers for him.
Center Chris Kaman will also play a huge part in making the Clippers work. After losing time to injury, the 7-foot center will be called on to justify the $50 Million contract he just signed. Newcomer Al Thornton will get loads of playing time as a result of the loss of Brand. That could pay off late in the season. Brand is expected back after the All Star break so hopefully his return, along with the presence of an experiencedThornton, could propel the Clippers to a post-season berth.
LA Clippers Tickets – Surprise of the Pacific
Being an underdog does have its advantages. Teams tend to overlook opponents like the Clippers. That kind of thinking is what landedLos Angelesin the Western Conference Semi-Finals two years ago. The truth is that there’s no reason Clippers tickets can’t repeat their surprising payoff of a few years back. It will take chemistry and moxie but after being down so long the Clippers have nothing to lose and they’ll play that way.
NBA: Refs Missed Crucial Foul on CP3
The Golden State Warriors upset the Los Angeles Clippers in LA, 109-105, on Saturday to take Game 1 of their Western Conference playoff tilt, but the NBA has announced that a potentially game-changing foul on Draymond Green should have been called.
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Clippers' Doc Rivers: 'We need to win,' but no panic
Considering the way those closing minutes had gone Saturday for the Los Angeles Clippers - with turnovers, missed free throws, blown opportunities and the like in their Game 1 loss to the Golden State Warriors at home - it came as no surprise that coach ...
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Chris Paul Stresses Clippers' Need for Blake Griffin After Loss to Warriors
LOS ANGELES—Blake Griffin and Chris Paul exited the shower at separate times, each wearing similarly special and snazzy red and blue Jordan Brand slippers. Very different were the looks on their faces—exactly what you'd expect of each after Griffin's ...
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NBA admits officials missed foul call in Clippers' loss to Warriors
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers appreciates the NBA admitting officials missed a key call in the Clippers' 109-105 loss to the Golden State Warriors in the opener of the first-round playoff series. But it didn't make him feel any better.
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The NBA admits they screwed the Clippers -- again
Twice this season the NBA has admitted after the fact that referees missed calls that went against the Los Angeles Clippers. Both times the calls came in games against the Golden State Warriors. Both games were close. Big calls were big and impactful.
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