With the arrival of Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Clippers and the Blake Griffin Show already a huge hit, the Los Angels Clippers have sold out of all two-seat season ticket plans and only have single seat plans remaining, according to the team's director of sales Heath Bennet on Twitter.
The Clippers haven't exactly been killing it in the attendance game lately, averaging only 17,742 fans per home game last year which is 93% capacity at Staples Center for the Clippers game seating arrangement (the Lakers and Clippers have differentiating seating charts for their home games) according to ESPN. 93% certainly isn't shabby, it was the 14th highest total in the NBA last season, but definitely something they could improve one. They seemingly have taken a step in the right direction this season.
Oh, and for those like you and I who didn't even consider season tickets at any plan level, individual game tickets go on sale Thursday starting at 10 AM.
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