LA Clippers Logo – Los Angeles Clippers is a team of basketball of the NBA based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1970, playing in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference and compete for their home games at the Staples Center, as well as Los Angeles Lakers. It is near Charlotte Bobcats and Memphis Grizzlies the only team not to have any title in the NBA, or division or conference. The consequence of these results has been, among other things, the three changes that have hit the city since its founding team, to Buffalo, San Diego and now Los Angeles.
The Braves, in his eight seasons in Buffalo, played their matches at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, sharing the hall with another team, Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League. The Braves made their debut in 1970 and the first coach was a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame Dolph Schayes, while the first stars of the team were Bob Kauffman and Don May, who was acquired in the expansion draft. The Braves completed their first season with a record of 22-60, typical for new teams. Kauffman, that last year averaged 4.3 points with Chicago Bulls, led the Braves with 20.4 points per game and made a hole in the All -Star Game in 1971.
In 2011 after unlock the lockout, Clippers had young and talented players, but not enough to reach the postseason. Eric Gordon had been the great hope since 2008 and had the All-Star Chris Kaman and Blake Griffin physical portentous. With them, Mo Williams, Aminu, Bledsoe, DeAndre Jordan, etc.. After the failure of the transfer of Chris Paul to the Lakers, the Clippers made consigueron basis for second best in the league in exchange for Gordon, Kaman and Aminu, who left New Orleans Hornets. Thus, the Clippers now have a young and very strong physically, with Blake Griffin and Chris Paul as references. With them, the team came forward Caron Butler and veteran guard Chauncey Billups. The team started the season very strongly and with the motivation to be seen first as the winning team from the city of LA.