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Our site is not affiliated with the Los Angeles Clippers organization, the National Basketball Association, or the Box Office. We are a premium ticket broker that can provide everything you want when it comes to getting NBA tickets. Whether you need an NBA game schedule or seating charts, we have what you want. The increased demand for the games led to the scheduling of 12 nationally-televised LA games on TNT and ESPN, and the team's first-ever appearance on the ABC (on April 15, 2007 versus Sacramento). The team will have 8 additional games on NBA TV. This brings the overall number of nationally televised games to twenty, the largest number in the franchise history.
This team is a professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and are members of the NBA Western Conference's Pacific Division. The club's home games are played at the Staples Center, which they share with the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Sparks, and the Los Angeles Kings. The team has only six winning seasons in its entire history, and only two since moving to Los Angeles.
On May 19, 2009 they were awarded the first overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. The Clippers had a 17.7% chance of being awarded the first pick. With the 1st selection in the draft, they selected Blake Griffin. To open up a spot in the starting lineup for Griffin, Los Angeles traded Zach Randolph to Memphis for Quentin Richardson on July 1. Richardson was then traded on July 20th to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Sebastian Telfair, Craig Smith, and Mark Madsen.