Los Angeles Clippers Tickets
They compete in the very-competitive Western Conference, which means that they can win as many as 53 games in a season and still finish in fourth place overall (exactly what happened last year). They will once again be aiming for a win total well into the 50s and perhaps even 60s.
They have the personnel in place to make a huge run at a season that can be a historic one for a franchise that was mired in mediocrity for several decades. The seas have parted for the Clippers to be the new big show in downtown Los Angeles, and point guard Chris Paul is determined to keep them in the spotlight.
The squad certainly has a "Big Three" in Paul, Blake Griffin and center DeAndre Jordan. They also got very impressive play from some role players last season, including JJ Redick and the emerging Austin Rivers. Both of these players are out of Duke, although Redick went through the college basketball factory about a decade earlier.