Biggest Needs for Los Angeles Clippers During 2014 Offseason

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Biggest Needs for Los Angeles Clippers During 2014 Offseason
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Another year, another historic regular season squandered in the second round of the NBA playoffs by the Los Angeles Clippers.

To be sure, the circumstances of this year's six-game ouster at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder were far different from those that felled the Clippers in six against the Memphis Grizzlies in 2013. 

The replacement of the shaky Vinny Del Negro with the venerable Doc Rivers last summer all but erased any prior discord in the locker room, though Donald Sterling's stunning comments and the aftermath they accorded did plenty to inject chaos and drama into the Clippers' off-court situation.

No matter the details derived from the autopsy of the Clips' 2013-14 season, the result will remain much the same as it was last spring: a franchise record for wins, a Pacific Division title and an early start to summer vacation.

Fortunately for the Clippers, their front office is more than stable, with Rivers providing the requisite vision and leadership.

Even if their ownership situation is anything but.

If the Clippers are to build on their successes from this season—and, in turn, build toward their first championship—they'd to well to address the following areas of concern.

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