The Los Angeles Clippers are the least successful franchise in NBA history. Sporting a 40.3 lifetime winning percentage, the Clips have made the playoffs just 13 times since joining the league as the Buffalo Braves in 1970. They didn't win 50 games in a year until 2012 and have lost 60 or more contests 11 times.
Naturally, they don't have any retired jerseys hanging in the Staples Center rafters, but as Jovan Buha of The Athletic relayed Thursday, Clips head coach Doc Rivers hopes ex-L.A. center DeAndre Jordan gets that honor first.
Rivers made the remark prior to his team's home game against Jordan, who was making his first appearance back in Southern California since signing with the Dallas Mavericks in the offseason.