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Clippers Tickets Go On Sale Friday

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Individual regular-season game tickets for the Los Angeles Clippers will go on sale at noon Friday. Tickets can be purchased at clippers.com or axs.com or by calling (888) 9-AXS-TIX (929-7849). Tickets are limited to six per person per game.

Approximately 1,000 tickets will be available for each game. The Clippers' 41-game home schedule at Staples Center will begin Oct. 30th with a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder and also include a Christmas night game against the Golden State Warriors, the NBA announced Wednesday. The Clippers' 2013-14 season ended with a six-game loss to Oklahoma City in the Western Conference semifinals. They defeated the Warriors in seven games in the first round.

The Clippers will play their first of four games against the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 31, with the Lakers as the home team. The Clippers will be the home team for the games on Jan. 7 and April 7. The Lakers will also be the home team April 5.

The Clippers will play host to the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs Nov. 10 and Feb. 19; LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers Jan. 16; and the New York Knicks Dec. 31.

The Clippers are scheduled to make a team-record 32 national television appearances -- 10 on ESPN, nine each of TNT and NBA TV and four on ABC.


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