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The Los Angeles Clippers are known for going deep into the postseason, but that simply was not the case in the 2015 - 2016 NBA playoffs. Instead, the championship hopefuls fell at the hands of the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round, losing the series 2 - 4. It was a monumental disappointment for fans and players alike. Fortunately, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Paul Pierce, and DeAndre Jordan are refreshed from off-season and ready to report back to Staples Center. You will not want to miss this team, led by coach Doc Rivers, in action as they fight their way back to postseason. Buy your Los Angeles Clippers tickets right here!

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The Los Angeles Clippers are battling it out with the Jazz to see who will advance to the next round of the playoffs. The Clippers have won two games and lost five. This means that with one more loss, the Clippers' season will be over. The games have been close, with the largest spread in Game 2 when the Clippers beat the Jazz by eight points. The Clippers are not going down without a fight and will work hard to come from behind and win the series and advance. Game 6 takes place on April 28, and if needed, Game 7 will be on April 30. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $94.
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After a rocky start to the Western Conference Quarterfinals, the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz in Game 2 to even out the series 1-1. After losing in Game 1 at home, L.A. felt a sense of urgency to bounce back Tuesday, hoping to avoid another early exit from the NBA playoffs. This time they reaped the benefits of home court advantage. The Clips savored playing in front of the Staples Center crowd, besting the Jazz 99-91. Now at one game apiece, the series will move to the Vivint SmartHome Arena in Salt Lake City for Games 2 and 3. Want a seat in front of the action? We have tickets on sale today!

There’s good news and bad news that come with the Los Angeles Clippers facing the Utah Jazz in round one of the playoffs. The good news is that the Clippers won the regular season series, three games to one. The bad news is that the Jazz is one of the hottest teams in the NBA right now. Even playing without Gordon Hayward, Utah managed to beat the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on April 10, and that’s not an easy feat. These teams might be in the middle of the playoff pack, but this matchup will be one of the best to watch. Tickets are still available for select games, and seats for game five at Staples start as low as $26.

The Los Angeles Clippers are on a roll as they finish up the regular season of play. They have won their last four games in a row, and they will look to keep this going for their final three games. Their latest victory was against the Mavericks on April 5. Their next game will be against the Spurs on the 8 in San Antonio, and then they host the Rockets and the Kings on the 10 and 12 to close out the regular season. As the fifth seed of the Western Conference, they will be heading into the post season. You can still get tickets to these games, as well as the first round of playoffs, for prices starting at $20.

The Los Angeles Clippers are playoff bound and the Sacramento Kings are not. However, it doesn’t look like anyone told the Kings that. Playing in Los Angeles on March 26, Sacramento rallied from an 18-point deficit to beat the Clippers by one, 98-97. Willie Cauley-Stein put an offensive rebound through the net with less than a second remaining and the Clippers players were forced to leave the arena with their heads bowed. It was an ugly fourth quarter for LA, and one the team would soon like to forget. Hopefully things will go better on April 5 when the Dallas Mavericks come to Staples Center. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $5.

The Los Angeles Clippers got a couple important wins over fellow teams in the West, helping them keep their No. 5 spot in the conference this week. The Clips prevailed over Memphis and Oklahoma City, but fell to Utah, the current No. 1 seed and a likely opponent in the first round of the playoffs. Blake Griffin has had a below average month; he has earned fewer than 20 points in the last five games. L.A. needs him to perform this week as they host the Jazz this Saturday, March 25, at the Staples Center. You don’t want to miss this West Conference showdown—we have great tickets on sale now for only $9 and up.

The Los Angeles Clippers are definite contenders for the playoffs being the fifth place in the Western conference. Unfortunately, on Monday, March 13 the Clippers took on the Utah Jazz and weren’t able to add another win to their record. It looked as if the Clippers were in good shape when they ended the first half with a seven-point lead. The Utah Jazz were able to rally back in the third quarter and take the lead for the first time in the game. In the end, the Clippers handed the Jazz the 114-108 win. Take the opportunity to see them live when they take on the Denver Nuggets on March 16. Tickets are still available.

The Los Angeles Clippers managed to add another impressive victory to their resume last night. They followed up their win on the road over the Chicago Bulls by trouncing the Boston Celtics at home. Although the visitors held a slight lead at halftime, the Clippers were able to come surging back in the third and fourth quarters to win the game 116-102. Now, they will embark on a brief road trip before retuning home to Staples Center on Wednesday, March 15, for a clash with the Milwaukee Bucks. Tickets to that game are already on sale and currently available for prices starting as low as just $5. Buy yours now.

The injury bug has made things tough on the Los Angeles Clippers this season. Despite missing superstar point guard Chris Paul for stretches during the season, the Clippers are still vying for a top-four stop in the NBA playoffs. As of March 1, the Clippers were 36-23, fifth in the West, just a half a game behind the Utah Jazz for the coveted fourth spot, which would give the team home-court advantage in a first-round playoff game. LA closed out February on a high note, edging the Charlotte Hornets in overtime 124-121. Forward Blake Griffin was at his signature best. He poured in a game-high 43 points in the win.

The Los Angeles Clippers are in the middle of what could be the toughest and longest road trip of the entire NBA season. Playing 11 of 13 games away from home would be tough on just about any team, but this stint has the Clips playing GSW three times, along with contests against Utah, Toronto, Atlanta and Boston. So far, Los Angeles has struggled, leaving Philadelphia, Oakland, Boston, Toronto and Denver with losses and earning just three wins against Atlanta, Phoenix and New York. The Clippers will be at home this Wednesday, Feb. 15, against Atlanta before wrapping up the rest of the road trip. Ticket prices start at just $9.

Many have been quick to criticize the Los Angeles Clippers for not being as great as they were last season, but at the midpoint in the schedule, the Clips are well on their way to another historic playoff appearance. Although they haven’t caught as much attention this season, flying under the radar could be the Clips’ biggest weapon this year. Although a six-game slump in late December was definitely a concern, the team has overcome many of its challenges this month and has yet to lose a game in 2017. Can they keep the streak alive this week as they embark on a five-game road trip? They’ll be back at the Staples Center on Feb. 2 against GSW.

The Los Angeles Clippers were one of the best teams in the NBA this season until their game on December 23 against the Mavericks. The close loss against the Dallas team was a disappointment, but no one realized that this was the beginning of a long losing streak for the Clippers. After the loss against the Mavericks, the Clippers lost to their rival and one of the worst teams in the league, the Los Angeles Lakers. Fast forward four more games and the Clippers still haven’t won. Luckily, they started the New Year off on the right foot by winning their first game in seven games against the Suns. Cheer them on to more wins when you purchase tickets from Razorgator for their next game.

The Los Angeles Clippers had a solid four game winning streak going on until they lost to the Wizards on December 18. They beat the Nuggets to hopefully restart a winning streak on December 20. This game was the first without Blake Griffin, who had to undergo knee surgery. After securing a 29-point lead in the third quarter, they rested their starters for the fourth quarter. DeAndre Jordan scored 13 points and nabbed 13 rebounds, while Luc Mbah a Moute had 14 points. They host the Spurs on December 22 and the Mavericks on the 23 before they head to Los Angeles to play the Lakers on Christmas Day. You still have a chance to get your tickets for prices starting at $6.

Even though the Los Angeles Clippers have lost four of their last six games, they still hold the third place position in the Western Conference. On Sunday, December 4 the Clippers were put up against the Indiana Pacers. Unlucky for the Clippers, Paul George and C.J. Miles returned to the Pacers line up, to help the Indiana team defeat the Clippers 111-102 on the Clippers home court. The Clippers were ahead during the first quarter, but they were unable to hold off the Pacers and allowed them to come back from a 15-point deficit. Once the Pacers got in their groove, the Clippers were unable to sneak by them. See the Clippers play live when you purchase your tickets today.

It’s been a wildly impressive start to the 2016-2017 NBA season for the Los Angeles Clippers, who have managed to take home a win 12 times so far, including all six games they’ve played on the road. At No. 1 in the Western Conference and No. 2 overall in the NBA, the Clips have a deep and talented bench and are playing well both offensively and defensively. Up next in the schedule, Los Angeles looks to extend their four-game winning streak in Detroit this Friday, Nov. 25, against the Pistons. Can they keep their undefeated road game record alive? Don’t miss your chance to see these guys in action. Tickets are available for only $15!

The Los Angeles Clippers have won their last three games in a row, helping them achieve a 6-1 record so far this season. In their latest victory, the Clippers beat the Pistons 114-82. The Clippers came out strong, dominating the first quarter and outscoring the Pistons 33-15. The Clippers never let up, leading the whole game. The team had 13 3-pointers, five of which came from Chris Paul, who had a total of 24 points during the game. The Clippers host the Trail Blazers on the 9 and then head on the road to play the Thunder on the 11 and the Timberwolves on the 12. You can still get tickets for prices starting at just $5.

The Los Angeles Clippers have the enviable position of being bystanders for the first few days of the NBA regular season. With their opener not scheduled until Thursday, Oct. 27, they’ll have a bit of extra time to get their eyes on upcoming opponents before facing them on the court. The Clippers are also spending some of that time to do some good in the community. Chris Paul and the team took some time after practice Wednesday to deliver new shoes to over 350 kids in the L.A. area. Hopefully the charitable act will bring good karma as the Clippers face the Trail Blazers Thursday. Be there in person by purchasing tickets from us now for only $20 and up!

Faithful Los Angeles Clippers fans are hopeful that this is the year when Blake Griffin puts it all together and dominates the league in a way that people have expected him to since he was drafted. Judging by the preseason and his offseason work ethic, it appears he’s looking to make those hopes a reality. Griffin has shown poise and determination in the early going, and as long as the young forward is able to stay healthy, the Clippers should be able to stay in contention for the West Conference title. The team hosts the Utah Jazz in the home opener on October 30, and tickets start as low as $17.

The time is now for the Los Angeles Clippers to make a run at the Western Conference Finals. The team brought in some depth during the offseason but is otherwise sticking with the primary core that fans have come to love over the last few seasons. The biggest question mark for the Clippers always seems to be the health of Blake Griffin. At present, the star power forward looks to be fully healthy, and he’s going to have to stay that way if this team wants to have a shot at dethroning the Warriors in the West. The preseason comes to LA on October 5 when the Clippers host the Toronto Raptors, and tickets start as low as $5.

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