L.A. Clippers' Most and Least-Improved Players of the Season

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L.A. Clippers' Most and Least-Improved Players of the Season
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DeAndre Jordan has been one of the Clippers' brightest spots this season.

The Los Angeles Clippers have gotten off to a strong start to the 2012-13 NBA season thanks to bigger-than-expected contributions from a few key players. 

L.A.'s front office did a great job putting together the deepest team in the league. No squad has had more players pitch in with valuable contributions than the Clippers have. But one of the biggest reasons they have emerged as contenders in the Western Conference is that some of their players have raised their games to new heights.

That said, not everything has been starry in Hollywood. There are a couple guys who haven't lived up to expectations so far this year. Luckily their struggles have been masked by all the other positive contributions the Clips have received.

Let's take a look at which players have been the Clippers' most and least-improved so far in the 2012-13 campaign, beginning with three guys who have really stepped up.

Note: All statistics as of December 16th

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