- One ticket to a L.A. Clippers game
- When: November 14 (Detroit Pistons) or November 22 (Toronto Raptors) at 12:30 p.m.; or November 25 at 7:30 p.m. (Utah Jazz)
- Seating: 300-level corner or baseline, premier-level, or 100-level corner
- Door time: one hour before tipoff
- Click here to view the seating chart.
The Scouting Report
For each of the past four seasons, the L.A. Clippers have reached the playoffs with four of the best win-loss records in franchise history. The team has had to contend with a Western Conference stacked with offensive powerhouses. Luckily, 2015–16 could be the season for Doc Rivers’ squad —anchored by Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan, and further cemented by offseason acquisitions such as Josh Smith, Paul Pierce and Lance Stephenson as they set their sights on a conference championship and the right to wear bedroom slippers on the court. To get there, though, they’ll have to continue to dominate in the regular season, especially against beatable opponents such as the Pistons, Raptors, and Jazz.
Founded as the Buffalo Braves in 1970, the Clippers picked up their current moniker from the clipper ships in the harbors of San Diego. The team ship ran aground in Los Angeles for the 1984–85 NBA season and has remained there ever since. Playing their home games in the STAPLES Center since 1999, the Clippers dazzle over 19,000 fans each time they take the court.