The NBA today announced the details for the 2021 NBA G League season. The Agua Caliente Clippers will be one of 18 G League teams to participate in a 2021 NBA G League regular season at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. The top eight teams will advance to a single-elimination playoff at the conclusion of the regular season. A start date and season schedule for Agua Caliente will be announced at a later date, as all regular-season games will be available on ESPN linear, ESPN+, or Twitch.
“While we continue working towards our ultimate goal of returning to market and playing in front of our fans when it’s deemed safe to do so, we’re excited to be taking part in the 2021 NBA G League season in Orlando,” said Agua Caliente Team President Justin Kemp. “Not only will this give us the opportunity to continue developing top talent across the entire Clippers organization but also provide us a unique platform to deliver high level engagement with our fans and partners.”
The Agua Caliente Clippers have been the official G League affiliate of the LA Clippers since the 2017-18 season. Led by LA Clippers’ rookies, Terance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele, and two-way player Amir Coffey, Agua Caliente was 22-22 (.500) last season, finishing in third place in the Pacific Division.