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The Clippers average ticket prices for regular season NBA games has remained relatively consistent over the last 6 seasons. The largest drop in ticket prices for Clippers games occurred in the 2014-2015 season with a decrease of 19%, moving from $52 average price in 2013-2014 to a $42 ticket price. Average LA Clippers tickets experienced the least amount of change from the 2011 season to the 2012 season with an increase of 10% and a $4 difference in the prices. The average ticket price for the Los Angeles Clippers current regular season is at $60, which is the highest ticket price compared to the five seasons prior.

LA Clippers Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Los Angeles Clippers Tickets

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2016 Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers were able to have a good regular season even though they dealt with a number of injuries. Last season ended with the Clippers taking the number four spot in the western conference and a winning season record of 53-29. With players DeAndre Jordan, Chris Paul and a healthy Blake Griffin returning to the LA Clippers 2016-2017 season, the ability to be a title contender is possible. The Clippers brought in forward Brandon Bass, a strong veteran player who averaged 7.2 points in 66 games for the Lakers last season. Gaining experience in the summer league, rookie players Brice Johnson, Diamond Stone and David Michineau have been added to the roster as potential assets to the team. Look for the LA Clippers to be a tougher and stronger team in 2015-2016. Come to TicketCity for the some of the best deals on home or away Los Angeles Clippers’ tickets!

Los Angeles Clippers Basketball at Staples Center

Address: 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, California, 90015

The Clippers play their home games at the Staples Center, located in Los Angeles, California. When filled to capacity, the Staples Center holds nearly 19 thousand screaming Clippers fans. The mutual home of both the Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers, the Staples Center is filled with state-of-the-art amenities to provide the best experience for their patrons. The Los Angeles Clippers home bench is on the Staples Center court side in front of sections 118 & 119. Staples Center parking information is covered in our Clippers event guide.

Staples Center Seating Chart

Los Angeles Clippers Rivals

Not only do these two teams share the same city, but they share the same arena. This has made this rivalry very bitter among the franchises and the fan bases. Nicknamed the "Hallway Series", the success of the Clippers in recent seasons has helped turn this rivalry into one of the better matchups in the NBA and will only continue to improve in the upcoming years.

Clippers vs. Warriors

Considered one of the best up-and-coming rivalries in the NBA, these two teams have some of the best young talent in the league. The games are often intense and hard fought which has made these matchups a must-watch. It is not uncommon for there to be trash talk from the players before and after games which has only heightened this budding rivalry.

Clippers vs. Suns

When these two team meet, it is often nasty and hard fought. The intensity level rises and has stretched to the fan bases. The Clippers and Suns have played each other over 200 times with the highlight of this series coming when the two teams met in the 2006 Western Conference playoffs.

Clippers in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs

The Clippers have tried hard to erase the history of losing in recent seasons and they have done just that. With talented players like Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the Clippers are quickly becoming one of the best teams in the league that has led them to win a division title in 2013. The Clippers will only add to that number in the upcoming years with the talented roster that they have.

Los Angeles Clippers Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to tipoff for a Clippers game?

Gates open to the general public 1:15 before tip off. The Clippers are one of the most exciting teams in the NBA and we recommend getting to the arena early to watch. You may even run into one of the dozens of celebrities who frequent Clippers games.

Where are some good places to eat before a Clippers game?

If you are a fan of sushi try Arashi Sushi. Their plates come out looking like works of art, and are almost as pleasing to look at, as they are to eat. There are some great Korean places within a few miles of the arena. Buil Samgye Tang, Soowon Galbi Korean Barbeque Restaurant, and Genwa Korean BBQ are all excellent choices. If you are looking for Mexican food, try Chicken Itza Restaurant. It is some of the best Mexican food you will ever try. El Parian is another good option. For a quicker and more laid back dining experience, try Tijuana Dogs food stand. No sporting event is complete without a hot dog, and these are some of the most extravagant ones that you will find.

Where is the best place to park at Staples Center?

Driving and parking in L.A. is always an adventure, so you need to be prepared. Getting to the game early is a must, and purchasing a parking pass from TicketCity is the easiest way to go. A majority of the parking close to the stadium is reserved for passes and fill up quickly. Taking the Dash bus is another hassle free way to get to the arena, but make sure to double check the times that it is running. Pay attention to no parking and tow away signs and be ready to spend at least $15.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Clippers game?

Any child 3 years or older is required to have a ticket. All children under 3 are allowed to sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game.

Los Angeles Clippers Preview History

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2015 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

By all respects, the Los Angeles Clippers had a fantastic season a year ago, winning 56 games, and reaching the conference semifinals. But a heart breaking game 7 loss to the Rockets, has Clippers nation yearning for more. The offseason could not have gone better for the Clippers, they convinced star center DeAndre Jordan to stay in Los Angeles, and signed key veterans Josh Smith and Paul Pierce. The addition of Pierce gives the 2015 Los Angeles Clippers a player who knows what it takes to win an NBA title, and an additional scoring threat in the playoffs. The new additions will take some of the pressure off super stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, and makes the Clippers one of the deepest and most talented teams in the league. Baring major injuries, it is hard to not see the Los Angeles Clippers as one of the top 3 teams in the Western Conference this season.

2014 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers followed a franchise record setting season in 2012, by setting a new franchise record for wins in 2013. But once again the Clippers came up short in the NBA postseason, falling in six games to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Los Angeles comes into the 2014-15 NBA season with the burden of matching those two record breaking seasons again. The Clippers 2014 Schedule will be as tough as it has been in recent years with a stacked NBA Western Conference. New to the Clippers for 2014 will be veteran guards Jordan Farmar and Chris Douglas-Roberts. But the brunt of the Los Angeles Clippers title hopes will fall on the shoulders of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul. If those two superstars can get solid help from Dandre Jordan, J.J. redick, and Jamal Crawford, look for the LA Clippers to be in contention for a big to the Western Conference Finals.

2013 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Clippers won their first Pacific Division title in franchise history in the 2012-13 Season, winning 56 games in the regular season before falling to Memphis in six games in the first round of the playoffs. The Clippers became the third team in NBA history to go undefeated in a month, winning all 16 games in December. L.A. returned their key players while adding sharpshooter J.J. Redick to the mix, as well as bringing in Doc Rivers to coach the team. The Clippers start off the season in Sacramento, and will play their first home game at the Staples Center on Nov. 4 against the Rockets. Other big home games include vs. Oklahoma City on Nov. 13, vs. Chicago on Nov. 24 and vs. the Lakers on Jan. 10. They’ll be on the national stage on Christmas Day when they take on the Warriors in Oakland.

2012 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers have been the lovable losers for decades in the NBA, but during the 2011-12 season, the team went all in and signed a bevy of talent to created one of the better teams in the league. In the advent of the trade for point guard Chris Paul from the New Orleans Hornets and the continued development of forward Blake Griffin. The two have turned out to create a certainly dynamic duo that resulted in the Clippers' highest winning percentage in their history with a 40-26 record, as well as an opening round win over the Memphis Grizzlies in the playoffs before they were swept by the Spurs in the semifinals. Instead of taking a step forward, the Clippers have taken a giant leap ahead and are now in the conversation among the best teams in the Western Conference. The Clippers headed into the offseason looking to improve their depth, as they let go a variety of role players like Mo Williams, Reggie Evans, Nick Young and Kenyon Martin. As a result, the team went out and signed for NBA Sixth Man of the Year Lamar Odom at forward, at ageless Grant Hill at forward and Jamal Crawford at shooting guard. Each of these players brings starting experience to the table and should also be boosted by the arrival of point guard Chauncey Billups, who will provide superior depth behind Paul. Looking at the rest of the Clippers' roster, it's easy to see that the point guard position is far more solid than it was a year ago, with players like Billups and Eric Bledsoe providing depth behind Paul. At shooting guard, the team signed Willie Green in the offseason to provide a boost off the bench, but the guard position will rely mainly on a Crawford, Paul and Billups trio. At the power forward position, Blake Griffin is obviously the strongest starter of the bunch, but the Clippers could receive a huge boost from Lamar Odom if he can return to his form when he played with the Los Angeles Lakers. At small forward, Caron Butler has emerged as a solid starter, and the team improved its depth at the position by signing Matt Barnes. At center, DeAndre Jordan is one of the best in the game, and his backups, Ronny Turiaf and Ryan Hollins, have the size and ability to move to forward in a pinch. A top seed in the postseason is not out of the question for the Clippers, but they will have to receive bigger contributions from their depth players to get past the Lakers, Thunder and Spurs who are the class of the Western Conference.

2011 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers have long been second fiddle to the two-time defending champion Lakers. It doesn't help that the Clippers have made the playoffs just once in the last 13 seasons, and with no big offseason acquisitions to speak of, it appears as though the Clippers may once again be left out of the playoffs while their crosstown rivals compete for the title. The offense is run by a pair of guards, Eric Gordon and Baron Davis. Both are reliable floor leaders, but neither are the type of player that teams design an offense around. Last year's leading scorer, center Chris Kaman, is back after averaging 18.5 points a game - leading to the seven footer's first All Star Game appearance. The Clippers have several new faces that are looking to come in and make a difference. Brian Cook, Craig Smith and Randy Foye were all picked up in the offseason, but the moves cost them a number of players and left them about even with where they started. Rookies Eric Bledose and Al-Farouq Aminu are both talented, but may be unable to return the Clippers to the post season.

2010 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers are hoping to improve upon their 19 wins from last year as they move into the 2009-2010 NBA season. The Clippers will be lead by Head Coach Mike Dunleavy Sr, point guard Baron Davis and new star Blake Griffin. The Clippers have some talent on their roster, so if Davis and his backup Bassy Telfair can get the team pointed in the right direction then look out for L.A.

2009 Los Angeles Clippers Season Preview

The Los Angeles Clippers will be an intense team to watch in a tough division this season in the NBA. Despite losing their leading scorer in Corey Maggette and their leading rebounder and blocker in Elton Brand, the Clippers have acquired some amazing talent. Baron Davis will be an asset for the Clippers at point guard and Marcus Camby and Jason Hart are going to turn heads as well. Match these three stars with draft picks Eric Gordon and DeAndre Jordan and you have one of the strongest teams in the West Division. Come watch a basketball game at the famed Staples Center in Los Angeles and you will bask in the talent of this playoff ready Clippers team.

Los Angeles Clippers News

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Los Angeles Clippers News - 11/28/2016

The LA Clippers lost their No. 1 spot in the NBA power rankings after losing to the Pistons and Pacers over the weekend; ending their week with a 14-4 regular season record. Paul George has been absent from the court due to back and ankle injuries and is not expected to return until early December. The Clippers will play three games this week on the road against the Nets, Cavaliers and Pelicans.

Los Angeles Clippers News - 11/18/2016

The LA Clippers lost their first game Wednesday night after accumulating a 7-win streak, which brought their NBA regular season record to 10-2. The game was high-energy after a slow start by the Clippers, they were able to tie up the game multiple times but in the final minutes was not able to overtake the Grizzlies. The LA Clippers have two more games for this week, going on the road to play the Kings then hosting the Bulls at the Staples Center.

Los Angeles Clippers News - 11/1/2016

The LA Clippers enter the second week of the NBA regular season with no losses and three wins. These games were against the Suns, Jazz and Trail Blazers. The team will be working to keep the momentum going into this week and maintain their undefeated record. The Clippers will have one home game this week at the Staples Center and will be played against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The average ticket prices for the game is currently at $57.

 

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