Los Angeles Clippers Still Attracting 2020-21 Futures

Los Angeles Clippers Still Attracting 2020-21 Futures

January 6th, 2021 NBA Basketball, Offshore Betting

The Clippers have had a star-crossed history. Their one constant is that they’ve never won as much as a Conference championship. Upon arriving in LA in 1984 the Clippers were ignored. And have stayed that way for most of their 36 years in Tinseltown. Blake Griffin’s arrival in 2009 sparked hopes for a breakthrough. When Doc Rivers arrived in 2013 as head coach, the impossible dream of an NBA title seemed reachable. However, Griffin became injury prone and was eventually dealt away. Los Angeles was an overlay with the NBA odds. And 2020 ended in more disappointment.

2020-21 Los Angeles Clippers

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2020-21 Los Angeles Clippers SBG Odds Overview

To be exact the Clippers are a potentially dangerous offshore betting choice. They could well challenge for a spot in the NBA Finals. On the other hand, they could also burn gamblers badly.

2020-21 Los Angeles Clippers Team Overview

The 2019-20 Los Angeles Clippers finished 49-23 straight up, 41-31 against the spread, and 34-37 under the total. Second to the Lakers in the Pacific Division was their final standing. Overall, LA ranked 4th for scoring and 13th for points allowed. Kawhi Leonard led the Clippers with 27.3 points per game. Lou Williams was the lead assist man with 5.4 per game. While Ivica Zubac was the top rebounder with 7.5 per game.

Last year, 2019 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Kawhi Leonard arrived with great fanfare. Leonard was touted as the Clippers’ newest savior. Immediately did LA became a co-favorite on the NBA futures board. Yet once again the Clippers couldn’t get past the second round of the playoffs. They were upset by lightly regarded Denver in seven games. Rivers was fired after seven seasons on the job. Despite his era being the most successful in franchise history.

Clippers coach Tyronn Lue is best known for being the coach of the 2016 NBA champion Cavaliers. That year Lue took over at the midway point and rode LeBron James to glory. Lue was coach when the Cavaliers lost the NBA Finals in the two seasons that followed. He was a Clippers assistant last season.
The Clippers did not have a first-round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. Instead, they took forward Reggie Perry in the second round out of Mississippi State.

Kawhi Leonard is a native of Los Angeles. He played his college ball at San Diego State. Leonard is a two-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player. And a four-time NBA All-Star. He won NBA championships with San Antonio and Toronto. In the Raptors 2019 NBA championship run he averaged 30.5 points per game in the playoffs. Last year in the postseason for the Clippers he averaged 28.2 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. Leonard makes LA a perpetual NBA betting favorite.
Lou Williams is a three-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award winner. And had played for the Clippers the past three seasons. Williams averaged 18.2 points and 5.6 assists per game last year.

2020-21 Los Angeles Clippers SBG Prognosis

Los Angeles is a double-edged sword if there ever was one. Gamblers would do well to exercise caution. Extending that is the most important fact. LA has a history of not coming through when it matters most. Don’t trust and verify!

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