Los Angeles Clippers Suites

Los Angeles Clippers Suites

Staples Center

Since the fall of 1999, the Los Angeles Clippers have called the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles their home. This popular venue in the heart of LA also houses the Lakers and Kings, making it the go-to venue in the city of Angels.

Staples Center luxury suites are among the most sought after spaces in all of sports. Celebrity encounters are common occurrences on these levels. Your guests will be shocked at the stars the walk past them on their way to the Clippers luxury box.

Attendees for Clippers suites are well aware of the lavish style in which they enjoy the games. Beautifully decorated luxury suites make for a great atmosphere for your guests whether you are hosting a private family event or a corporate function. Cozy seating in a climate-controlled area with a kitchen and private bathroom gives you the comforts of home right in the arena. VIP parking and amazing catering options will keep you relaxed no matter how tense the action is on the court.

If you own a Los Angeles Clippers suite, please call us today at 610-828-7407 to learn how your suite can make back your annual cost for the events you won’t be using. Your suite never needs to go dark for an event at the Staples Center. LuxuryVIPSuites.com is an important business partner for those who already own suites as well as those looking to purchase for single events. Email DJ direct at dj@luxuryvipsuites.com to see how LuxuryVIPSuites.com can impact your business in an extremely positive way.

Entertain clients in a Los Angeles Clippers luxury suite at Staples Center!

Still searching for their first NBA championship and always playing second fiddle in Los Angeles behind the popular Lakers organization, the Los Angeles Clippers have been struggling to make a name for themselves ever since they moved to LA in 1984 (from San Diego, originally Buffalo).

Clippers basketball came to be back in 1970, when they were an NBA expansion team known as the Buffalo Braves. Under head coach Jack Ramsey the Braves had success with star forward (and future Hall of Famer) Bob McAdoo. The success was short-lived as bad business deals resulted in the sale of the team and trades that depleted their talent. By 1978, the club was sold to Celtics owner Irv Levin who moved the team to San Diego.

Renamed as the Clippers, San Diego saw a winning record in their first season under new head coach Gene Shue. However, they did not make the playoffs and wouldn’t see another winning record for 13 seasons. Even with superstar players World B. Free and Bill Walton the team still struggled.

New ownership resulted in another move for the team, this time to its current home in Los Angeles. Plagued with injuries and older players, the Clippers went through a number of miserable seasons. Things were looking up in the early 90s with Danny Ferry, Reggie Williams, Ken Norman, Danny Manning, Charles Smith, and Loy Vaught under the coaching prowess of Larry Brown. Two years of playoff berths had hopes up in LA, but the team began to fall apart again after Brown left for Indiana. Frequent changes to the roster never allowed the team to coalesce.

A new millennium brought new life to the Clippers with young stars in Elton Brand, Lamar Odom, and the acquisition of Andre Miller. However, true to form, player turnover continued to plague the team.

In fact, it wasn’t until the Clippers drafted Blake Griffin out of the University of Oklahoma in 2009 that they began to put together a winning formula. Joining DeAndre Jordan on the court, Griffin immediately became a star. A blockbuster 2011 trade brought Chris Paul to the team and suddenly the Clippers were a powerhouse NBA team with high expectations. 2013 brought Doc Rivers to Los Angeles following his nine year coaching stint in Boston that brought a title there.

The pieces were falling into place when the team was rocked by a scandal at the ownership level. After a tumultuous period that tested the franchise, the Clippers were purchased by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. However, the turnover did not end with ownership. While Doc Rivers remained in place, Griffin, Paul, and Jordan have all left LA. Struggling through the 2017-2018 season to a record of 42-40 the Clippers did not advance to the postseason. It ended their streak of 50+ win seasons at five and their playoff streak which had started in 2011.

Rivers is doing his best to transition his new team into a higher functioning squad. The wealth of players and draft picks the team accrued in the Griffin and Paul trades have put the Clippers in a position to make a lot of moves in an effort to rebuild. Time will tell how all of these moves will work out. Walking away from the 2018 NBA Draft with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Jerome Robinson was the first step toward improving the roster. Losing Tobias Harris in a trade with Philadelphia did bring in a number of players and picks. Hopefully this will continue to help this franchise build for the future.

A playoff berth is the ultimate goal of this embattled franchise. Expectations are high that Los Angeles can improve over their tumultuous last season and take things a step further in the 2018-2019 season. Click here for more information about the Los Angeles Clippers.

If you own a Los Angeles Clippers suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Los Angeles Clippers game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Los Angeles Clippers suites?

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