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Los Angeles Clippers History
The Los Angeles Clippers first came into existence as the Buffalo Braves in 1970. The Braves were one of three expansion franchises to join the NBA that year (the Portland Trail Blazers and the Cleveland Cavaliers were the other two). After struggling through their first few campaigns, the Braves soon found playoff success under the coaching of the legendary Dr. Jack Ramsay and high scoring Bob McAdoo.
After the 1977-78 season the Braves were allowed to leave frigid Buffalo for sunny San Diego. The club was immediately renamed the Clippers due to San Diego’s bustling harbor and seaside locale.
While in San Diego the Clippers posted decent records, but just could not seem to reach the playoffs. However, attendance averaging fewer than 4,500 fans per game and the decision was made to move the team north to Los Angeles in 1984. Closing out their 7 seasons in San Diego.
Since making the transition to the Staples Center, the team has broken attendance records in each year of its residence and has added a crop of talented young players that have dazzled Los Angeles crowds. A majority of Clippers fans are indeed Laker haters. To Date the Clippers have yet to win an NBA Championship.