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No longer an NBA laughing stock, the Clippers can blame a uniform redesign in 2010 and the acquisition of point guard Chris Paul for their recent success.

The Clippers have donned the red, white and blue since moving to Los Angeles from San Diego in 1984 and re-incorporated royal blue alternates after a nearly 20-year hiatus in 2002. In 2001, Los Angeles added blue piping to its home and road look after 15 years of red and white as accent colors.

At home, the Clippers currently wear a design that made its debut in 2010 — a white jersey with a blue and red “CLIPPERS” script with modern piping and side vents. On the road, red and blue jerseys are available with contrasting accents. On the team’s shorts, stylized diamond piping with multicolored accents can be seen on each side. Current red road uniforms resemble the set worn during the 1987-88 season complete with blue numerals outlined in white.

Prior to the latest thread revamping in 2010, numerals on road jerseys were white outlined in blue. After a two-year absence, the Clippers brought back their alternate royal blue uniforms with a unique touch in 2012: A cursive red “LOS ANGELES” wordmark was replaced with white — another ode to the 80s.

The Clippers also currently wear a “LOS ANGELES” wordmark on their red road jerseys, the first time that’s happened since 1988.