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Los Angeles Clippers Playoff Details
The LA Clippers are one of many pro sports teams in the Los Angeles area, but that by no means suggests that the team blends into the sports scene in their city. Clippers fans can tell you that the Clips are often an exciting team in the NBA landscape, and have backed up that excitement with their share of trips to the NBA Playoffs, where they have had the chance to compete against some of the most talented teams in the league.
Perhaps the most successful era of Clippers playoff basketball came during the era of team history affectionately known as the Lob City era for the Clippers. This portion of franchise history earned that name when it was determined that Chris Paul would be joining the Clippers, when slam dunk specialists Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan said that the team would become Lob City with Paul there to throw them alley-oops.
Griffin and Jordan weren’t wrong, as Paul teamed up with them on pick and rolls and backdoor cuts on so many occasions to feed them alley-oops that were often the highlight of the NBA on a given night. In the playoffs, the Clippers brought that same attitude and made the most intense part of the league’s schedule into a chance to give the fans more of the fun that they were known for.
But it wasn’t all fun and games for the Clippers in the postseason, as they had developed a rivalry with the San Antonio Spurs in the playoffs after meeting with them on several occasions. The Clippers were swept by the Spurs in the 2012 playoffs, which saw the Spurs advance all the way to the NBA Finals. But the Clippers got their revenge in the 2015 postseason, when an intense seven-game series came down to the final seconds of game seven. Chris Paul hit a difficult shot going to the basket to give the Clippers the lead with just seconds left, which they held onto for the team’s fourth playoff series win in their history since becoming the Clippers.
During the Lob City version of the Clippers, the team made the playoffs for a total of six straight seasons, and held their own in each of them. And while they didn’t win a title during that stretch, they were definitely must-see playoff television during that time.
When Do LA Clippers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Clippers playoff tickets usually go on sale in late March or early April. This is because it becomes clear near that point in the season that the team is about to clinch a spot in the playoffs. This can depend on how well the team is doing relative to the rest of the Western Conference.
How Much Do LA Clippers Playoff Tickets Cost?
Fans of the Los Angeles Clippers can see the team play in the playoffs for an average of $135 per ticket on the secondary market. The price for an individual ticket can vary, though, based on where a fan wants to sit, among other factors.