Heading back to the playoffs for the second consecutive season, the Los Angeles Clippers had a series of highs and lows en route to their first ever Pacific Division championship.
The 82-game season is an incredible marathon, and the Clippers have had their fair share of celebrations and disappointments. From early-season losses at home to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the New Orleans Hornets to the impact of a 17-game winning streak, the birth of A Tribe Called Bench and the fourth-quarter magic of Chris Paul, Lob City is gearing up for what could be a deep postseason run.
What events compelled the Clips to turn it up? Who saw Lob City grounded?
We will take a look at some of LAC's defining peaks and troughs this season.