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It’s game time and it’s the Los Angeles Clippers vs. the Seattle Supersonics. Two formidable teams of the Western Conference are set to battle it out at the Staples Center and fans of both teams who hold Clippers vs. Supersonics tickets are excited on the outcome of the contest.
The LA Clippers were originally known as the Buffalo Braves from 1970 to 1978. The basketball franchise then relocated to San Diego and changed the team’s name to the San Diego Clippers. The Clippers stayed at San Diego from 1978 to 1984, but would eventually move when LA-based real estate developer, Donald Sterling acquired the ownership of the franchise in 1982. Sterling moved the Clippers to Los Angeles in 1984.
The Clippers squad is under the guidance of head coach, Mike Dunleavy, Sr., and the Clippers current roster includes:
These two talented teams faced each other on the 28th of January, 2007, where the Clippers were able to dominate the Supersonics in a 98-76 contest at the KeyArena. The Clippers were able to outperform the Sonics in field goals percentage, sinking 42.9% of their shots on the floor, as compared to the Supersonics 32.9%. The LA-based team was also able to dominate from beyond the arc, shooting a deadly 55% of their 3-pt attempts, compared to the Sonics abysmal 20%. The Clippers also do better than the opposing team from the foul line, sinking 83.3% of their foul shots, while the Sonics were only able to make 69.7% of their free throws.
Clippers starting point guard, Sam Cassell, had a stellar performance. The 13-year veteran scored 13 points on the first quarter, sinking all three 3-pt attempts. Cassell then sat-out the 2nd quarter, coming back on the third, converting two 3-pointers. The talented point guard from Florida State scored 21 points, shooting a perfect 4 for 4 from the foul line and 5 for 5 from beyond the arc, in a span of 19.37 minutes. Cassell also had 7 assists, 2 rebounds, and committed only 1 turnover for the whole game.
Likewise, former Duke Blue Devil and premier power forward Elton Brand also had a stellar game. The 7-year veteran and 2-time NBA All-Star participant dominated under the basket, exploiting a mismatch against the French rookie, Mickael Gelabale. Brand had a total of 22 points for the game, making 11 of his 15 field goal attempts. The talented clippers forward also had 7 rebounds, 4 of which are from the offensive end of the court. Elton Brand was also credited for a block and 3 steals for the said contest.
Contributions from the other members of the Clippers squad include 10 pts, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists from Cuttino “the Cat” Mobley; 9 points, 15 rebounds, and 2 blocks from Chris Kaman; while the Clippers bench added support; with Corey Maggette scoring 10 points while grabbing 9 rebound; Tim Thomas had 9 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals; and Daniel Ewing added his 8 points and 2 rebounds.
On the other side of the court, the Seattle Supersonics struggled with poor shot conversions, making only 25 out of 76 shots from the floor. The Seattle-based team also missed the presence of starting small forward, Rashard Lewis, who missed the game due to an injured right hand. Seattle fans can’t help but wonder if the results could have been different if the talented small forward had been able to play. The 8-year veteran from Alief Elsik High School is a respected 3-pt. shooter, with a season 3-pt. success rate of .403%. Rashard Lewis is also a reliable offensive contributor, with a season average of 21.9 PPG.
Seattle Supersonics star shooting guard, Ray Allen, was limited to 15 points. The Clippers defense increased the pressure on the talented guard. Allen is an excellent 3 pointer, but he was limited to making only 1 of his 4 3-pt attempts due to the Clippers’ tight defense. His easiest shots during the course of the game were his 4 for 4 free throws. With the absence of Rashard Lewis, Allen had the burden of being the primary scoring option, but was effectively neutralized by the Clippers. The 10-year veteran from Connecticut is a perennial contender as the leagues leading scorer and has a season average of 26.9 PPG, 4.20 RPG, and 4.2 APG.
French center Johan Petro was the Supersonics’ second highest scorer for the said game. The 7’0” athlete scored 11 points, while grabbing 7 rebounds, a steal and 4 blocks. The 25th overall pick of the 2005 NBA Draft was 4 out of 11 from the field, making 3 of his 4 free throws. 12th overall pick of the NBA Draft, Nick Collison, scored 9 points in the said game, while 10th overall pick of the 206 NBA Draft, Mouhamed Sene, added 10 points.
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The Clippers have come off their best season during the 22 years they have been located in Los Angeles. Although their 2005-06 season finished in disappointing fashion, the organization feels better about their upcoming season. Starting with the off-season, the team drafted center Paul Davis from Michigan State University in the second round of the 2006 NBA Draft, as the 34th overall pick. The pick was acquired by the Clippers by way of a 2004 trade with the Seattle Supersonics for center/forward Melvin Ely. The team also drafted guard Guillermo Diaz from the University of Miami as the 52nd overall pick. As of this writing, Davis signed with the team in July, while Diaz is yet to be signed. Mostly because of the depth at the point guard position with Cassell, Livingston, and Ewing, Diaz may not be signed to the Clippers roster and could be assigned to the team's new NBA Development League affiliate, the Anaheim Arsenal. The Clippers did not have a pick in the 2006 Draft's first round.
Meanwhile in free agency, on July 13, 2006, the Clippers scored a major coup, by signing forward Tim Thomas away from divisional rival Phoenix, in a four-year, $24 million deal. That was to counter the deflection of forward Vladimir Radmanovic to the crosstown Lakers in a somewhat similar deal to what Thomas got from the Clippers, except Radmanovic signed for an extra year, but both players would make the same amount of money annually, which would be $6 million.
Also on July 13th, guard Sam Cassell (whom many say was the biggest reason for the Clippers' recent success) signed a two-year deal for $13 million dollars. Cassell stated in recent interviews that once he retires, which would be likely after this contract runs out, he would like to join the Clippers coaching staff under Mike Dunlevy, Sr. Also, on August 1st, the team signed veteran forward/center Aaron Williams (previously with the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets) to an undisclosed deal. Williams played for Dunlevy with the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1994-95 season.
To further their television commitment to their local fans, on August 11th, the Clippers and KTLA-TV announced a three-year contract extension, which would increase KTLA's annual 25-game commitment to 30 games a year, plus selected playoff games not airing exclusively on ABC or TNT. Just like during the last two seasons, KTLA will air all of its Staples Center-based Clippers telecasts in high definition. They are the only local team to currently air its over-the-air broadcasts in HDTV. Also included in the KTLA-Clippers transaction, fifteen of the 30 annual telecasts will air on KSWB-TV in San Diego, KTLA's sister station; although KTLA is already available on cable in the San Diego market.
The increased demand for Clippers games has also led to the scheduling of twelve true nationally-televised Clippers games on TNT and ESPN, as well as their first-ever appearance on ABC (April 15, 2007 vs the Seattle Supersonics). The team will also have eight additional games on NBA TV; NBA TV normally uses the home team telecast's video feed and announcers, while using its own on-screen score and graphics, therefore, their presentations are not considered true, self-produced national broadcasts, such as the case with ESPN, TNT, and ABC. This brings the total of nationally-televised games to 20, the most ever in franchise history.
On September 7th, The Clippers announced a radio broadcast deal with KSPN-AM, the local ESPN Radio-operated outlet.
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