The Los Angeles Clippers have an interesting history in the NBA since their founding in 1970 but have only been based in Los Angeles since 1984. Their home games draw fans each year to the famed Staples Center.
The Los Angeles Clippers may not have the stellar track record that the Los Angeles Lakers have, but in recent years, the team's owners have rebuilt the franchise to a point where it is competitive with some of the top teams in the NBA and a regular playoffs contender.
Since the Los Angeles Metro Expo Line began service this past Spring, Angelinos and visitors can finally access Downtown Los Angeles from Culver City and all of the great restaurants and attractions in between. For the price of one of Metro's TAP cards, the Expo Line provides access to many of the diverse neighborhoods and experiences Los Angeles has to offer. Plus, it's a great way to avoid traffic en route to Lakers games and other Staples Center events.
With the Western Conference shaping up to be stronger than it has ever been, the Los Angeles Clippers are starting out to be one of the teams to beat out West.
Once stuck on the shadow of the Los Angeles Lakers, the Clippers now regularly sell out the Staples Center thanks to an up-tempo, run and gun offense led by all stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin and a dynamic mix of veteran bench players. The Clippers are a hot ticket for good reason, but there are still tickets are available in the 300 Level for many games starting at less than $30.