Since the start of the 2011-2012 season, this outstanding team rose up from the bottom to become a respected team franchise in the NBA.
By 2016, they managed to scoop a 50-win record of first division titles. Having superstar players and a capable coach with a championships’ backed history, the Clippers are among the teams to beat this NBA season.
In this text, you can explore the best LA Clippers betting tips and some highlights from the team’s history.
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Schedule for the Clippers
Here is their match schedule for the upcoming season starting with their Lakers rivalry.
|10/23/19||12:30 am CEST||vs Los Angeles Lakers|
|10/25/19||12:30 am CEST||at Golden State Warriors|
|10/27/19||12:00 am CEST||at Phoenix Suns|
|10/28/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Charlotte Hornets|
|10/30/19||11:00 pm CEST||at Utah Jazz|
|10/31/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs San Antonio Spurs|
|11/3/19||10:00 pm CEST||vs Utah Jazz|
|11/6/19||11:00 pm CEST||vs Milwaukee Bucks|
|11/7/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Portland Trail Blazers|
|11/11/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Toronto Raptors|
|11/13/19||8:30 pm CEST||at Houston Rockets|
|11/14/19||9:00 pm CEST||at New Orleans Pelicans|
|11/16/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Atlanta Hawks|
|11/18/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Oklahoma City Thunder|
|11/20/19||11:00 pm CEST||vs Boston Celtics|
|11/22/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Houston Rockets|
|11/24/19||10:00 pm CEST||vs New Orleans Pelicans|
|11/26/19||9:30 pm CEST||at Dallas Mavericks|
|11/27/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Memphis Grizzlies|
|11/29/19||9:30 pm CEST||at San Antonio Spurs|
|12/1/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Washington Wizards|
|12/3/19||11:00 pm CEST||vs Portland Trail Blazers|
|12/6/19||9:30 pm CEST||at Milwaukee Bucks|
|12/8/19||7:00 pm CEST||at Washington Wizards|
|12/9/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Indiana Pacers|
|12/11/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Toronto Raptors|
|12/13/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Minnesota Timberwolves|
|12/14/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Chicago Bulls|
|12/17/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Phoenix Suns|
|12/19/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Houston Rockets|
|12/21/19||9:30 pm CEST||at San Antonio Spurs|
|12/22/19||8:00 pm CEST||at Oklahoma City Thunder|
|12/25/19||9:00 pm CEST||at Los Angeles Lakers|
|12/28/19||11:30 pm CEST||vs Utah Jazz|
|12/31/19||6:00 pm CEST||at Sacramento Kings|
|1/2/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Detroit Pistons|
|1/4/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs Memphis Grizzlies|
|1/5/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs New York Knicks|
|1/10/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Golden State Warriors|
|1/12/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Denver Nuggets|
|1/14/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Cleveland Cavaliers|
|1/16/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Orlando Magic|
|1/18/20||4:30 pm CEST||at New Orleans Pelicans|
|1/21/20||9:30 pm CEST||at Dallas Mavericks|
|1/22/20||8:30 pm CEST||at Atlanta Hawks|
|1/24/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Miami Heat|
|1/26/20||7:00 pm CEST||at Orlando Magic|
|1/28/20||11:00 pm CEST||at Los Angeles Lakers|
|1/30/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Sacramento Kings|
|2/1/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs Minnesota Timberwolves|
|2/3/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs San Antonio Spurs|
|2/5/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Miami Heat|
|2/8/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Minnesota Timberwolves|
|2/9/20||8:30 pm CEST||at Cleveland Cavaliers|
|2/11/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Philadelphia 76ers|
|2/13/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Boston Celtics|
|2/22/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs Sacramento Kings|
|2/24/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Memphis Grizzlies|
|2/26/20||10:00 pm CEST||at Phoenix Suns|
|2/28/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Denver Nuggets|
|3/1/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs Philadelphia 76ers|
|3/3/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Oklahoma City Thunder|
|3/5/20||9:00 pm CEST||at Houston Rockets|
|3/8/20||4:30 pm CEST||vs Los Angeles Lakers|
|3/10/20||11:30 pm CEST||at Golden State Warriors|
|3/13/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Brooklyn Nets|
|3/14/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs New Orleans Pelicans|
|3/16/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Dallas Mavericks|
|3/18/20||10:00 pm CEST||at Denver Nuggets|
|3/20/20||11:30 pm CEST||vs Phoenix Suns|
|3/23/20||8:00 pm CEST||at New York Knicks|
|3/25/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Brooklyn Nets|
|3/27/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Detroit Pistons|
|3/28/20||8:00 pm CEST||at Charlotte Hornets|
|3/31/20||12:30 am CEST||vs Indiana Pacers|
|4/3/20||12:00 am CEST||at Sacramento Kings|
|4/4/20||5:30 pm CEST||vs Oklahoma City Thunder|
|4/8/20||12:00 am CEST||at Utah Jazz|
|4/9/20||12:30 am CEST||vs Chicago Bulls|
|4/11/20||10:30 pm CEST||vs Golden State Warriors|
|4/14/20||12:30 am CEST||vs Minnesota Timberwolves|
|4/16/20||12:00 am CEST||at Portland Trail Blazers|
Although Paul George, could be out thanks to a severe shoulder injury, they have all it takes for being the top team in the Western Conference. Even without him, the current squad is capable enough to surprise fans during the playoffs.
Last season alone, they pushed the Golden State Warriors up to six games during the first round without their star-studded team. As we speak, most of the team members are in full form, and we expect a sterling performance all through.
Last season, Lou Williams alone averaged 20.0 points in each game and was named the NBA Sixth Man. Meanwhile, Patrick Beverly went on to play perimeter defense lines, and Shamet was named to the NBA All-Rookie second team.
With such performances, this is undoubtedly among most talented teams, led by two fantastic NBA MVP candidates. That is enough to ensure they are among the last teams standing throughout the playoffs.
Thus, as long as they are in the court, you should stay on the lookout for over/under bets this season for awesome clippers betting opportunities. Even so, it is still hard to tell if they could be eliminated at any point before the Western Conference Finals.
After all, sports are often unpredictable, and the team could surprise us both ways! So, betting against the spread and taking advantage of the favored picks should not be a problem depending on how they fair on.
History of Clippers
The team was initially based in Buffalo, New York where it known as the Buffalo Braves. They started with posting losing records up until 1981 when Donald Sterling bought the team and moved it to its hometown, L.A. The team did not fare any better in its new home, finishing with a losing record in each season from 1984 to 1991.
For the first time in history, the 2005-2006 season had a promising squad that featured Elton Brand and at the center. There was Chris Kaman who won 47 games which led the team to advance to the second round of the playoffs.
Their most remarkable improvement was in the 2011-12 season when they traded for Chris Paul, a superstar point guard. That season, Paul teamed up with young all-Star power, Blake Griffin to help them advance to the conference semifinals.
In the 2012-13 season, the team battered regular-season result breaking a team record of 56 wins winning the first division title team history.
Another solid record was posted by the Clippers in 2014-15 where they won a dramatic seven-game over the defending Champions San Antonio Spurs. In 2015-16, the team posted a fourth straight campaign with at least 50 wins.
LA Clippers History
This basketball team was established in 1970 when it joined the NBA.
The Clippers were at their best in the 2012-13 season when they broke a record of 56 wins, winning the first division. The other season that many consider as the best was 2015-16 after posting the fourth straight campaign of 50 wins.
Most Popular Players
These are the most popular players who have ever played with the Clippers.
- Chris Paul
- Blake Griffin
- Bob McAdoo
- DeAndre Jordan