LA Clippers' All-Time Worst Moves Made Under Donald Sterling's Ownership

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LA Clippers' All-Time Worst Moves Made Under Donald Sterling's Ownership
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Donald Sterling is as much to blame for the Clippers' failures as any player on the court.

Since moving to Southern California from Buffalo in 1978, the Clippers have been arguably the worst franchise in pro sports. 

Over the past 34 years, the Clippers have had just four winning seasons, five trips to the playoffs and have never made it past the second round of the postseason.

Much of the blame can be attributed to their racist, cheapskate owner Donald Sterling. Sterling has shown little to no interest in winning. His sole priority is to turn a profit, and there is no cost he won't cut in order to do so.

The Clippers franchise has been rotten from the top down. Here are the six worst moves the team has made in the Donald Sterling era.

Note: Thanks to this 2009 Bill Simmons column on ESPN.com to get the ball rolling on this one.

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