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The Los Angeles Clippers have had more than their fair share of heartbreak compared to most NBA teams. Rather than becoming famous for amazing play or top athletes, the Clippers are known for loyal and long-suffering fans and 40 years of poor records. However, in recent years, there has been hope that this franchise can overcome its long history of failure.
The franchise was founded on the other side of the country from Los Angeles in Buffalo, New York. The team joined the NBA in 1970 as an expansion franchise, the Buffalo Braves, alongside the Portland Trail Blazers and Cleveland Cavaliers.
The first three years in the NBA were a struggle, with the Braves suffering consecutive losing seasons. However, the team gradually improved as it made it to the playoffs in the next three years. Even today, this was one of the best Clippers teams, with guard-forward Randy Smith and Hall of Famer Bob McAdoo.
In 1978, the Braves went through a strange relocation and franchise swap. The owner of the Boston Celtics, Irv Levin, wanted to move his team to California. However, the NBA blocked the move because of the Celtics’ historic position in the league. Braves owner John Y. Brown sought a compromise where he would trade his franchise for the Celtics, allowing Levin to take the Braves to California.
Amazingly, Levin accepted, and the Buffalo Braves moved to become the San Diego Clippers. However, the move did nothing to spur the team on, and for the next six years, the Clippers were among the worst teams in the NBA. In 1981, Levin sold to LA-based Donald Sterling, and the team again relocated to Los Angeles.
Adopting the familiar Los Angeles Clippers name that we all know today, the team’s fortunes were not boosted by new scenery in Los Angeles. LA was still one of the worst teams in the league and had a losing record in every season from 1980/81 to 1990/91. During the 1991-92 season, the Clips finally had some success and made the playoffs for the first time in 15 years before repeating the same feat the following season.
The team did not make it past the first round in either year, and it proved just to be a passing success. The Clippers made the playoffs just once more between 1993/94 and 2004/05. The 2005/06 season earned the Clippers a winning record, a trip to the playoffs and a first playoff win. However, the team was stopped by the Phoenix Suns in the second round, and the team again dropped out of the postseason for the next five years.
During these 30 years, the Los Angeles Clippers became something of a joke in the NBA and beyond. The team was often cited as North America’s worst major sports team. While that is a cruel dig, the numbers back it up. The Clippers had just two winning seasons in 27 years following the move to Los Angeles.
Things have certainly improved since then. Since 2011/12, the Clippers have become a regular presence in the playoffs. In 2012/13, a big winning season secured the team its first-ever division title before the team once again crashed out of the playoffs in the first round. The Clippers again took home the Pacific Division title in the following year.
By 2020/21, the team was a consistent playoff franchise and reached its first conference finals. Even so, the Clippers are the oldest NBA team to have never played in the NBA Finals. However, the recent upturn in fortunes gives fans hope, with players like Paul George and Kawhi Leonard leading the way.