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Clippers set dates for exhibition games in Hawaii

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    Los Angeles Clippers are coming to Hawaii as part of the Clippers Hawaii Classic in October.

The Los Angeles Clippers will play the Toronto Raptors in exhibitions as part of the Clippers Hawai’i Classic Oct. 1 and 3 at the Stan Sheriff Center, the team announced today.

In addition, the Clippers will also participate in a pre-game Fan Fest at the Hawai‘i Convention Center.

“We are very excited to be able to host the Clippers Hawai’i Classic in Honolulu,” Clippers President of Business Operations Gillian Zucker said in a statement today. “With the help of our partner, the Hawai’i Tourism Authority, we look forward to showcasing the beauty of the islands and to bringing Clipper basketball to the people of the great state of Hawai’i.”

General tickets go on sale Friday at 12 p.m. PST at or by calling 1-808-956-4482.

It will mark the first time the Clippers have played here. Their games are shown throughout on Prime Ticket and sister network FOX Sports West.

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