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No longer shame of the city

Continuity bolsters Clippers franchise previously known mostly for losing big

Updated: October 1, 2012, 9:32 PM ET
By J.A. Adande | ESPN.com

LOS ANGELES -- It's time for the Clippers to take a break from their past and embrace the past. Learn from the past. Benefit from the past.

For once they have something to build on, rather than bury. So many previous versions of Clippers have felt the need to distance themselves from what had transpired in these parts -- mostly futility -- and remind people that they weren't around for all of it, so they can't be accountable for it.

For Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Caron Butler, DeAndre ...

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