The LA Clippers have a star-studded roster with some of the most recognizable names in the NBA. Their starting lineup features a two-time Finals MVP, two regular season MVPs, and a perennial All-NBA player.
With the rest of their roster filled out with talent as well, the Clippers have the means to compete for an NBA championship. They still have some major problems to solve before they do that, but the amount of high-end players LA has makes it a possibility.
The value of each of the Clippers’ players varies based on what type of setting they are placed in. Some players thrive more in a playoff setting, while others are more comfortable in the regular season. Here, we will rank each player on the Clippers’ roster based on their impact in the playoffs.
Ranking each Clippers player on their playoff impact:
13. Kobe Brown
The Clippers’ 2023 first-round pick, Kobe Brown has yet to appear in an NBA playoff game. As such, he gets the last spot on this list by default.
12. Brandon Boston Jr.
Brandon Boston Jr. gets the edge over Brown here, but only by the bare minimum. He has played just one minute in one playoff game for the Clippers. We will need to see much more from these two before we know their realistic value in a playoff setting.
11. Amir Coffey
Having played in 14 playoff games with the Clippers, Amir Coffey at least has several years of experience on the highest stage under his belt. However, his averages of 0.7 points and 1.3 assists do not get him higher than 11th on our list.