The Los Angeles Clippers are an American Basketball team competing in the Western Conference Pacific division of the NBA. The Clippers were founded in 1970 and play their home games at Staples Center. The LA Clippers are one of the few teams to have never won the NBA Championship or the Conference title.
From 1973-1976, the Clippers (Buffalo Braves at that time) reached the conference semi finals three times in a row, losing each time. The Clippers had to wait close two decades for their next playoff appearance in 1991-92. In their 48 seasons of existence, the Los Angeles Clippers have managed to reach the NBA Playoffs only 13 times and the farthest they have advanced in the Playoffs in the Conference Semifinals. The Clippers' fortunes changed in the early 2010s with the acquisition of Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan. Clippers won the Division title for the first time in 2013 and they repeated as Division Champions in 2014. Some of the most prominent Clippers are Bob McAdoo, Moses Malone, Elton Brand etc.