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9) Bob Kauffman
Kauffman was a three-time all-star for the franchise in the early 1970s.
8) Bill Walton
Walton’s best years were not as a Clipper but he still averaged a solid double-double in his time in a Clippers uniform.
7) Corey Magette
Magette never dominated the way fans expected but he was solid throughout his career and was a multi-faceted scorer and he was deadly at the free-throw line.
6) World B. Free
Free was a flat-out scorer and if you threw him the ball don’t expect to get it back! He only played two years as a Clipper but in those two seasons, he was an All-Star and averaged 28 PPG and 30 PPG in two seasons with the Clippers.
5) Danny Manning
Manning was the first pick in the 1988 draft and while he never lived up to the hype he was an excellent player. Manning averaged a respectable 14 PPG with a career-high of 22.8 PPG on year.
4) Ron Harper
Most remember Harper for his time with the Bulls, but before that he excelled with the Clippers. Harper played five seasons there, making the playoffs twice. Harper averaged 19.3 points in a Clippers uniform, including 23 points per game in 28 games after arriving from Cleveland in 1990.
3) Randy Smith
Smith’s the franchise’s leader in minutes played, assists, games played, steals, and points. He dates back to the Buffalo Brave days, so most modern-day fans probably don’t know his name. He was an NBA All-Star and one of the most dynamic scorers of his day. He is largely forgotten by most, but he was a magnificent player.
2) Elton Brand
Nobody ever played night in and night out harder than Brand. He played with the Clippers from 2001-2006 and put up solid 20 PPG number over that entire time. He was an NBA All-Star during this period, the league leader in rebounds, and the franchise leader in total rebounds.
1) Bob McAdoo
This is the unquestioned number one in franchise history, McAdoo averaged 28.2 PPG, 12.7 RPG, 2.6 APG, and 2.5 BPG as a Brave. Not to mention he also had three 2,000 point seasons, three of his four years with the team, and had a league-leading 34.5 PPG in 1975. Plus, 37.4 PPG that same year in the playoffs. Yes, I said a Brave as the Clippers were located in Buffalo before moving to San Diego and eventually to Los Angeles.