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Los Angeles Clippers Schedule

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LA Clippers Schedule

Clippers Schedule Playing in the NBA Western Conference not to mention the Pacific Division of the Western Conference makes for a tough 2015 Clipper schedule! The Los Angeles Clippers will have to Tip Off against the Golden State Warriors four times during the season. Other Western Conference teams on the LA Clippers schedule in 2015 will be the Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, Oklahoma Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies.

Clippers Home Schedule at the Staples Center

The Clippers schedule at the Staples Center will consist of 41 games during the regular NBA season. The Clippers played at the Staples Center once in October, eight times in November, and eight times in December. The 2016 Clippers schedule will have six games at the Staples Center. There will be seven games in February followed by seven games in March. The Clippers 2016 home schedule will end with five games regular season games in April.

Clippers Preseason Schedule

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LA Clippers Game Schedule against Western Conference Teams

The LA Clippers schedule against fellow Western Conference teams will have them playing 26 games at home during the regular season. Last season the Clippers went 21-5 at the Staples Center.

The Los Angeles Clippers schedule against Eastern Conference teams will be fifteen games at the Staples Center. Last season Los Angeles went 13-2 at home against Eastern Conference teams on their home schedule. You can catch all the action on the 2015-2016 Clippers home and road schedule live! Barry's Tickets offers all NBA tickets with No Service Fees or Hidden charges and all tickets are 100% guaranteed to be authentic and delivered to you on time!

The most expensive games on the Clipper Schedule:

The Clippers vs Lakers tends to be one of the hottest tickets on the schedule, with a cross town rivalry and just the Lakers themselves this of course can be one of the most expensive Clippers games. The Clippers vs Spurs, Trail Blazers, Warriors and Thunder tend to be higher priced games on the Clippers Schedule do all teams being in the western conference as well as playoff impactions. The Cleveland Cavaliers will also be in class since Lebron James re-joined them and being the biggest super star in the NBA everyone wants to see him.

The best deals for tickets on the LA Clippers Schedule.

Look for off nights of the week which can include Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays games being early in the week and just coming off the weekend people tend not to go out as much on these days. Sometimes there can be as much as a 10-20% difference in price then if the Clippers were playing that team on a Saturday or Sunday

A Look at the Los Angeles Clippers Schedule

The Clippers played in one of the weakest divisions not just in the Western conference, but in the league as well. The Pacific division this year had only two real competitors, the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors. Playing such weak division, with teams such as the Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers to soften the blow, the Clippers managed to do just good in the brutal Western Conference. The Clippers finished third in the Western Conference, with record of 56 wins and 26 loses.

Overall, as a team, the Clippers played good team basketball, finishing third in the league in assists. The Clippers displayed excellent offense, finishing first in offensive efficiency, as the Clippers scored 109.8 points per 100 possessions. The defense was a problem the whole year for the Clippers, as they allowed 103 points per 100 possessions. The Clippers finished 16th in the league in opponents points per game. One area of concern was rebounding. Even though the Clippers have the league leading rebounder in DeAndre Jordan, as a team, they finished 20th in rebounds per game.

The Clippers played 41 games at home, in the Staples Center, and they posted a 30 - 11 record at home. On the road, the Clippers managed to win 26 games and lose 15. The interesting part is that the Clippers scored more points and were more efficient on the road. On the road, the Clippers posted better 3-pt shooting percentage, field goal percentage and points per game. But the defense was again the deciding factor. In their 56 wins, the Clippers posted a net differential of 13.9, while in their loses, the net differential was -9.2.

The Clippers opened the 2014 - 2015 season with two tight wins in October, beating OKC and their town rival, the Lakers. While Clippers didn't start as strong as many expected, they still got two wins.

In November, the Clippers played 14 games, and managed to win 9 of them. Things were starting to look good for the Clippers in November, when they went on a good road trip. The Clippers finished their first long trip with a record of 6-1, and looked like a championship team. They won the next two games at home as well, looking like a team to beat. However, their streak was not long, and they were soon back to the losing habits. The whole season, the Clippers played like Jekyll and Hyde and November was a perfect example of their non constant play.

December was brutal for the Clipper in terms of schedule, featuring three back to back sets and couple of 3 games in four nights, five games in seven nights. With 17 games played in December, the month was the toughest for the Clippers. The tough schedule had an impact on the Clippers and their play, as they lost 6 games and won 11, posting one of the lowest winning percentages in the season. The Clippers played three overtime games in December, further wasting their strength.

January, on the other hand, was a better month for the Clippers. Their schedule got easier, with only 15 games to play and less back to back sets. January was one of the most successful months in terms of winning percentage for the Clippers. They won 11 games and lost 4, for a final winning percentage of 73%. Aside from April when the Clippers won all their 7 games, they didn't post a 70+ winning percentage in any other month. They also had their second highest net differential in January, posting a 10.7 +/- which was the first time the Clippers have a double digit net differential.

And in a true Jekyll and Hyde style, after a successful January, the Clippers fall off a cliff in February. During the All Star break month, the Clippers won just 5 out of 11 games, failing to reach a 50% winning percentage for the first and only time in the 2014 - 2015 regular season. Even though they lost more than they won in February, they still posted a positive net differential of 1.9.

In March, the Clippers played the second most games in their regular season. However, that didn't stop them to have a successful month. Out of 16 games, the Clippers won 11 for a 68.8% winning percentage. It was the third best winning percentage of the Clippers for the regular season. And at mid point in March, the Clippers went on great winning streak. Their winning streak began on March 17. After winning 7 games, the Clippers lost on March 31 to the Warriors.

April was arguably the best month for the Clippers as they won all 7 of their games. The last four weeks of the regular season the Clippers were clicking on all cylinders, making a strong push for a higher seed in the standings. Counting March and April, the Clippers won 14 out of their last 15 games.

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