The Los Angeles Clippers have a solid social media presence, considering Los Angeles is a 2nd largest media market in the United States (according to Nielsen). The Clippers have about 1.47 million Twitter followers, which ranks above average among NBA teams. The LA Clippers Instagram page, with 2.3 million followers, is well above the average of NBA teams and its Facebook page, with almost 3.8 million likes, is 13th in the league. The sum total of followers across the three social media outlets of the Clippers totals approximately 7.57 million. These accounts provide Clippers fans with interactive fan-based content, scores, team updates, and more.
Outside of social media, the Clippers offer a variety of special ways that fans can interact with #ClipperNation. Clippers fans of all ages can sign up for the Full Court Press E-Newsletter to get news, special access to tickets, and more. For young and emerging LA fans, the LA Clippers Center for Youth Basketball has numerous opportunities. Jr. Clippers, a camp for fans ages 6-14 all over California, teaches these young ballers the fundamentals of the game, sportsmanship, and more. The LA Clippers have recently announced plans to construct a new arena in Inglewood, CA. Clippers fans can stay in the know with everything surrounding #ClippersArena here. The LA Clippers Foundation is an awesome place for Clippers fans to show their #ClipperPride and also show their support for the greater-LA community. Furthermore, LA fans can celebrate a special occasion at a Clippers home game for a $75 donation. There a numerous unique ways that Clippers fans can show their Clippers spirit for all ages and no matter where you live.