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Los Angeles Clippers

SPORTS FRANCHISE

NBA expansion franchise in 1970, as the Buffalo Braves. Relocated and renamed the San Diego Clippers in 1978, and relocated to Los Angeles in 1984.

Owned by real estate magnate Donald Sterling since 1981.

Official Website:
http://www.clippers.com/

Location:
Los Angeles, CA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elgin Baylor
Basketball
16-Sep-1934   Los Angeles Lakers forward
Ulysses L. Bridgeman, Jr.
Basketball
17-Sep-1953   Former Milwaukee Buck, Wendy's franchisee
Larry Brown
Basketball
14-Sep-1940   NBA and NCAA Coach
Don Chaney
Basketball
22-Mar-1946   Head Coach, New York Knicks, 2001-04
Mike Dunleavy, Sr.
Basketball
21-Mar-1954   Head Coach, Los Angeles Clippers
Bill Fitch
Basketball
19-May-1934   Longtime NBA and NCAA coach
Blake Griffin
Basketball
16-Mar-1989   Los Angeles Clippers power forward
Grant Hill
Basketball
5-Oct-1972   7-time NBA All-Star Forward
Dennis Johnson
Basketball
18-Sep-1954 22-Feb-2007 Boston Celtics
Lamar Odom
Basketball
6-Nov-1979   L.A. Clippers forward
Chris Paul
Basketball
6-May-1985   L.A. Clippers point guard
Doc Rivers
Basketball
13-Oct-1961   Head Coach, Los Angeles Clippers
Mike Schuler
Basketball
22-Sep-1940   Former Trail Blazers, Clippers Head Coach
Donald Sterling
Business
1933   Owner, Los Angeles Clippers
Bill Walton
Basketball
5-Nov-1952   NBA Most Valuable Player, 1978
Dominique Wilkins
Basketball
12-Jan-1960   NBA Hall of Famer
Mike Woodson
Basketball
24-Mar-1958   Former Coach, New York Knicks


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