Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers were actually founded in 1970 in Buffalo, where
they were known as the Braves.
After 8 years, they moved to San Diego where they took up
the Clippers mantle. In 1984 they moved again, this time to
Los Angeles. Throughout this 48 year period the franchise has
known little success, capturing just 2 division titles in 2013 and
The Clippers have frequently been seen as an example of a
perennial loser in American professional sports.
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